Coupled with this weekend's launch sales of the iPad 3G (estimated at 300,000 by Gene Munster) and this month's scheduled international iPad launch, it's quite possible Apple will reach 2 million iPads sold for the June quarter. Assuming an average sales price (iPad and accessories) of $650 (and that's being conservative), that's $650 million in iPad revenue for Apple already, and could reach more than $1 billion for the quarter. As Apple pointed out in its press release, it only took 28 days to sell 1 million iPads. It took 74 days (more than twice as long) to sell 1 million iPhones in 2007. It took Apple almost two years to sell 1 million iPods. Apple is already likely the tablet computer market leader. As The Guardian noted last month, IDC analyst David Daoud projected that sales of non-Apple tablet PCs would slip to 1.25 million units in 2010. If Apple hasn't passed 1.25 million iPads sold yet, it will very soon.