Calling ALL 3G iPhone OWNERS!

  • Posted: 03 August 2008 10:14 AM #46

    imei: 0116120061595XX
    bought 7/23
    Santa Monica, CA
    white 16g
    s/n 868293

    thanks HLTR and tommo

         
  • Posted: 03 August 2008 11:00 AM #47

    [quote author=“Roberto”]16gb black
    s/n: 85828XXXXXX
    imei: 01 161300 4874 XX
    July 28
    The Netherlands

    Something missing in the imei. Need five digits after the 161300 please.

         
  • Posted: 03 August 2008 11:05 AM #48

    [quote author=“tradervic21”]imei: 0116120061595XX
    bought 7/23
    Santa Monica, CA
    white 16g
    s/n 868293

    thanks HLTR and tommo

    Vic can I ask you to double check that imei? That is a very low tac for the week of production. Just want to be sure it isn’t 0116300.

         
  • Posted: 03 August 2008 01:39 PM #49

    [quote author=“howlongtoretire”][quote author=“tradervic21”]imei: 0116120061595XX
    bought 7/23
    Santa Monica, CA
    white 16g
    s/n 868293

    thanks HLTR and tommo

    Vic can I ask you to double check that imei? That is a very low tac for the week of production. Just want to be sure it isn’t 0116300.

    Confirmed and I got another white one with similar start at same time.

         
  • Posted: 03 August 2008 02:23 PM #50

    Serial Number: 88826xxxxxx
    IMEI Number: 01 161200 90669x x
    The date of purchase: July 11th, was preordered from TeliaSonera Finland

         
  • Posted: 03 August 2008 03:45 PM #51

    [quote author=“Mike in Helsinki”]Serial Number: 88826xxxxxx
    IMEI Number: 01 161200 90669x x
    The date of purchase: July 11th, was preordered from TeliaSonera Finland

    This is good. smile

    We needed some international data to help fill in some blanks.

         
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    Posted: 03 August 2008 06:20 PM #52

    Yo here’s my dads info:
    prepay at ATT on or around July 17th picked it up on the 25th.

    Bought in Georgia

    16 Black
    Ser: 84829

    IMEI: 01161200449

         
  • Posted: 03 August 2008 07:31 PM #53

    A cursory look at the data suggests there might be a slight change in serial numbers on the same models based on retail outlet in the States (Apple or T) or destination nation.

    In other words, the intended location of sale is determined prior to manufacturing completion.

    Anyone else seeing that in the data?

         
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    Posted: 03 August 2008 11:23 PM #54

    [quote author=“howlongtoretire”][quote author=“Roberto”]16gb black
    s/n: 85828XXXXXX
    imei: 01 161300 4874 XX
    July 28
    The Netherlands

    Something missing in the imei. Need five digits after the 161300 please.


    Sorry for that, should have been:
    imei: 01 161300 40874 XX

         
  • Posted: 04 August 2008 02:33 AM #55

    Spain

    Serial: 88826
    IMEI: 0116120079085XX

    8 GB / Black

    Spain / launch date

         
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    Posted: 04 August 2008 04:46 AM #56

    From TechCrunch :

    Foxconn Building 800,000 iPhones A Week

    Michael Arrington 18 comments ?
    Foxconn, the Taiwanese electronics giant that produces the iPhone 3G for Apple, has ramped up production to 800,000 units per week, says a source close to Apple with direct knowledge of the numbers. This is ?above current full capacity? and there may be some concerns with quality control.

    Apple sold just 6 million of its first generation iPhones.

    Foxconn factories will be able to ramp production up significantly over time, says our source. But at current sell rates, the company is producing iPhones at a run rate of over 40 million units per year, well beyond early estimates of demand for the product of 25 million over the 3G product lifecycle.

    Apple is continuing to add countries - the iPhone is available in 23 countries today, and another 50 will be added this year. We?ve heard that Foxconn was initially told to expect sales of up to 40 million units in the first year, but that those numbers are being revised upwards sharply.

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  • Posted: 04 August 2008 04:53 AM #57

    Well, the “normal” range of week 29 would make me think that 800k was not happening at that time. However, notice those phones in week 29 where they went back into the 200 series tac. Hard to say how many they did there, but yeah it’s possible.

         
  • Posted: 04 August 2008 05:17 AM #58

    I suggested iPhone 3G was selling at 700-800k per week while in constraint with production estimated 690K/week from W29, so ramping up to 800K per week from W31 on the production side is a no-brainer with 20 more countries coming soon - even if the sell through begins to fade, it will soon be supplemented by the new countries. Then 30 more countries in the queue, and the calendar 4th quarter with expected seasonal demand surge. Well over 1 million per week in the calendar fourth quarter.

         
  • Posted: 04 August 2008 10:36 AM #59

    hm looks like we lost some posts? Glad I was caught up on the imei’s.  smile

         
  • Posted: 04 August 2008 11:09 AM #60

    Looks like my post is one of the missing ones, so here goes again…

    Serial:  87827 xxxxxx
    IMEI: 01 161200 19338x x

    8Gb Black

    Bought: 17/07/08 London