Apple announced today it sold 2.3 million iPhones in its fiscal first-quarter, a figure the company believes keeps it on track to hit its target of 10 million sales by the end of the fiscal year. The device had sold 1.19 million units in the previous three months to September. The most recent quarter marked the launch of the product in Europe (France, Germany and the UK) after an initial launch in the US (via AT&T).
Meanwhile two SingTel subsidiaries, Australia’s Optus and Thailand’s AIS, are reported to be in talks with Apple to bring the iPhone to South East Asia. Last week China Mobile was reported to have cancelled talks with Apple after the two are believed to have failed to agree on pricing and revenue share terms.