The iPhone had a historic 3Q08. Not only was it the number one selling smartphone, it actually outsold all mobile phones period. The Motorola Razr V3 was number two, followed by the BlackBerry Curve. Until this iPhone triumph, the Razr held the best selling phone title for the previous 12 quarters. The rankings were compiled by the NPD Group. It’s really quite a remarkable feat for Apple, considering they weren’t even in the mobile phone business a couple years ago. Now, at least for the time being, they own it.
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