Apple sold 14.1 million iPhones last quarter, over 70 million since launch

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For all of those keeping track of how many millions of iPhones are floating around, Apple has just pushed a fresh set of numbers out the door: in the fourth fiscal quarter of 2010, they managed to push a fairly ridiculous 14.1 million handsets. That’s a 91% growth over the same quarter last year and a big ol’ jump from the 8.4 million they pushed in Q3.

At the end of the last quarter, Apple had shipped just shy of 60 million units, with 59,550,000 handsets (or so) sold. Add on Q4’s 14.1 million, and that the grand total at right around 73.5 million iPhones.

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