In the midst of the trial against Samsung, Apple reveals the total sales of iPod Touch
The iPod Touch came to light in 2007, and since then only knew many of them were sold. But Apple never gave exact numbers of the iPhone that makes almost everything except traditional telephone calls.
But amid the lawsuit between Apple and Samsung revealed the figures of the iPod Touch, that in five years has sold over 46 million units in total. The number is not small at all, although for a time the iPod brand is slowing sales pace, it does not specify exactly the behavior of the iPod Touch compared to iPod classic, which probably ever sold for less other playback devices more complete. Like the famous iPod Touch.
In total, since its introduction in 2007 Apple sold 85.9 million iPhone units and 34 million iPads. What about Samsung? Clearly, the numbers pale in comparison to Apple, as they have sold just 1.4 million tablets and 21 million smartphones, although those figures only include equipment under discussion between the Trial and not the complete catalog of Samsung.
Link: Apple iPod touch lifts curtain on sales figures for the first time (Ars Technica)Tags: Apple, iPod Touch, sales, Samsung, Trial