It’s been 16 years since the first iPhone was introduced, a device presented on January 9, 2007 by Steve Jobs who had anticipated the arrival of an Apple-signed device capable of combining an iPod, a telephone and a device for accessing the Internet in a single product. In recent years, iPhone sales have reached record values, pushing Apple towards incredible results.
Record iPhone sales: 2.32 billion from 2007 to today
The latest data confirms that Apple has already exceeded 2 billion iPhones sold worldwide. The Cupertino house, in fact, has reached altitude 2.32 billion units sold, recording a truly incredible result. Since January 9, 2007, when Steve Jobs presented the first iPhone, the company has come a long way, creating a product that is today an absolute reference on the market.
On this day, Jan 9, 2007, Steve Jobs unveils the iPhone, which ignited a true revolution 💥in the phone📱 industry. Since its launch in 2007, @Apple has sold over 2.32 billion iPhones 🔝 pic.twitter.com/AF4hmOAWxs
— Francisco Jeronimo (He/Him) (@fjeronimo) January 9, 2023
The iPhone race won’t stop ed Apple will continue to grind record after record. Even for the near future, in fact, the smartphones of the Cupertino company will continue to be the most desired on the market, dominating the high end of the market and guaranteeing the company the possibility of recording record financial results. We’ll see how long it will take Apple to reach 3 billion units sold.