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Apple sells billionth iPhone: Here are numbers that matter more

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Apple sells billionth iPhone, here are numbers that matter more

Apple recently claimed to have sold its one-billionth iPhone. However, the announcement comes at a turbulent time for the Cupertino giant.

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