iPhone Doubters Ramping Back Up

From John Markoff’s roundup of current iPhone rumors:

It sold just 1.7 million phones in the first three months of this year, meaning it must sell more than 8 million phones to reach Mr. Jobs’s publicly stated goal of selling 10 million iPhones in 2008.

“They’re going to have a difficult time” hitting that number, said Edward Snyder, an analyst at Charter Equity Research. He said that Nokia, the world’s largest maker of cellphones, sells more phones every week than Apple has sold since the iPhone’s introduction.

I’ll bet McDonald’s sells more hamburgers per week than Nokia does phones, though.

Wednesday, 28 May 2008