Apple Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook reiterated yesterday that the company remains on track to release its iPhone in June. Speaking at the Goldman Sachs 2007 Technology Investment Symposium Conference, Cook said Apple expects to sell 10 million of the devices in 2008, but said it is too early to tell if the iPhone will take sales away from the iPod. “The iPod is being sold for a wide variety of uses. We’ll see what happens,” Cook said.
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