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iPhones sold, Italy behind only the USA and the United Kingdom

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Italy ranks third in iPhone sales behind only the United States and the United Kingdom. Here is the surprising (but not too much) record that would have totaled our country in the first weekend of fire, that of the launch of the iPhone.

The analyst Gene Munster, of Piper Jaffray, awarded the bronze medal to Italy. Munster estimates 88,000 iPhones sold by Vodafone and Tim. The number would be huge considering that Italy has a population of about a fifth compared to that of the United States (where 400 thousand iPhones would have been sold). In Italy more than three times the iPhones sold in the trumpeted Japan would have been sold (the one mentioned for the tails of a kilometer) which would have absorbed just 25 thousand and almost double that of Germany (48 thousand). Spain, mentioned in all the newspapers for the large number of reservations, would have purchased only 31,000.

To complete the information, it must be said that when it comes to sales, Munster (and Apple, as we explain elsewhere) does not mean a real sale with a money transaction between the customer and the shopkeeper, but the passage from the factory to the warehouse stores of the iPhone; in practical terms, we talk about iPhones destined for Italy in this first phase. Making some proportions, using the Munster meter that thinks that the iPhones really finished in the pockets of customers are about half of what Apple defines as "sold", in Italy there would be around 45 thousand iPhones in circulation, a number very close to what Macity had estimated it last Monday.

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