Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Apple iPhone continues to excel

Today Apple reported it sold 3.79 million iPhones, up from 1.7 million a year ago. According to the New York Times, Apple exhibited "remarkable resilience in the eye of a swirling recession" it reported strong second-quarter profits that beat Wall Street’s expectations. As the iPhone continues to grow in popularity with innovative apps (applications) and frequent robust software upgrades (free downloads), it's simply a matter of time before it becomes the mainstream mobile tool in business.

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