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1.79 iPods sold every minute in 2003

MacMinute reports - “According to sales figures documented in Apple’s annual filing with the SEC, approximately 1.79 iPods were sold every minute in fiscal 2003. Apple said it sold 939,000 iPods for US$345 million in net sales this past year. The iPod is the number one-selling portable digital music player on the market, accounting for 29 percent of all units sold worldwide. The device holds 54 percent of the market share in terms of revenue.”

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That’s impressive since the 939,000 units were sold for the fiscal year ending September 30. iPod sales have taken off like crazy since then.

Posted by Atomic Bomb in Mid-Atlantic on December 23, 2003 at 7:18 AM (CST)


LoL, 29% of market share but 54% of market revenue.  That number screams over priceing!  Now think how many more they would sell if they lowered the price.  Oh well Apple will never learn.

Posted by Phill McRevis on December 24, 2003 at 11:13 AM (CST)

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