Unless you’ve been hiding in a bunker you’ve heard that the iPhone is an industry-dominating success. From the first generation to the 4S it’s been embraced by an ever-growing demographic seeking the best smartphone that technology has to offer.
Mac Rumors reported yesterday a tidbit that supports this trend- the iPhone represents over half of Verizon‘s smartphone sales for another consecutive quarter. While the overall number is down from the previous quarter’s 4.3 million phones (during the iPhone 4s’ release) the numbers are still overwhelming- a total of 3.2 million iPhones sold during the three month period.
The final numbers tally a total of 6.3 million iPhones activated on Verizon’s network, representing just over half of the carrier’s smartphone business- a staggering figure considering Verizon’s early commitment to Android handsets during the period when only AT&T had rights to the iPhone.