Apple Sells 10M iPhones. Psychopath Increases Meds.
Desperation? You’re the one peddling the wacky conspiracy theories to try to gloss over the apparent fact that the iPhone ain’t gonna sell no 10 million units in its first year, like Chairman Steve promised. I’m just pointing out the eighty or so reasons that they don’t hold water.
Fact is, there are a whole big bunch of iPhones sitting in inventory, on AT&T’s shelves, and elsewhere. Sales have slowed considerably, and they aren’t picking up again, even with price cuts and memory expansions. It looks very much like those first weeks (mostly media-fanned: very few people who stood in lines waiting for days to ensure that they’d get an iPhone actually needed to, they were never in particularly short supply) pretty much saturated the market for nice-looking phones that do very little at an extremely high price point. There’s a surprise.
Emphasis added by me.
Oh, and as for people standing in lines?
Now let’s see the lines for that niche OS of FAIL:
The symbol of FAIL.