• Analyst Angle from RCR News

    "Six months of hype has certainly raised expectations, and if there are bugs or battery issues, all bets are off (if you think the PS3 backlash is bad, just imagine what faulty iPhones—which require a two year commitment—could be like). Regardless of how insanely cool the iPhone’s user interface is, some consumers will always gravitate towards phones with real buttons on them. Still, barring obvious quality problems, the iPhone should sell millions of units in the first six to nine months. I would consider anything above 1 million units of a $500 handset a smash hit, and it looks like Apple will sell considerably more—possibly many times that..."

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