Apple's (APPL) highly touted iPhone "all but sold out" its initial shipment in both Apple and AT&T (ATT) stores after just three days of sales, the companies said Monday.
Neither Apple nor AT&T disclosed precise sales figures. Tech and telecom analysts estimated sales of 500,000 to 700,000 units of the combination phone, iPod and pocket Internet device by Sunday.
"It's a phenomenal start," said Gene Munster of equity firm Piper Jaffray. "Apple had an incredible weekend."