Way back when iPhone 1.0 came out, Jobs said he wanted to capture 1% of the one billion unit a year global phone market. That would be about 10 million iPhones a year.
How's he doing? I had trouble finding complete results for iPhone 1.0 sales, but it looks like about five or six million iPhones were sold last year, which would put Jobs halfway to his goal of 1% global domination. On the other hand, Apple sold one million iPhone 2.0s over the first weekend, so things are on the "up". He might get to his goal this year, especially as the iPhone is getting rolled out internationally at a much higher rate.
Good job, Jobso!
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