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How'd he arrive at those figures? "Good, old-fashioned shoe-leather reporting, coupled with guesswork: His staff spent more than 25 hours watching people buy iPhones in Apple stores," says Silicon Valley Insider. "Munster estimates Apple's retail stores are each selling an average 95 iPhones per day, up from about 21 a day last August. (Caveat: Gene tried a similar version of this to predict the 3G phone's opening weekend tally, and missed badly.)"
Specifically, Munster expects Apple to sell 1.78 million iPhones in its stores this quarter, AT&T to sell another 0.9 million in its own stores, and Apple's international distribution partners to sell 1.79 million phones.
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