After July’s total smartphone sells were totaled up, verdict: iPhone outsells all. Well done Mr. Jobs, well done indeed. In July, the iPhone accounted for 1.8 percent of all U.S. cell phone handset sales, according to researcher company, iSuppli. The 4GB and 8GB iPhone sold more than RIM’s entire Blackberry lineup, all the Palm phones, and any smartphone made by Motorola, Nokia or Samsung.
Additionally, iSuppli said that all iPhone sales were equal to the sales of LG’s Chocolate phone, which was the most popular phone in America. Just another fact to throw at you, iSuppli seems to think that the iPhone would sell a total of 4.5 million phones this year and more than 30 million by 2011. Three cheers for Apple’s iPhone!