Fact is that Apple has sold 1 million iPhones in 74 days! The iPhone is a marvellous piece of technology (and you can second that if you have tried one). But these last few days they have sold even more mainly because of these reasons: First (and of course) the $200 rip off takes place on the stage, with the now only version of 8GB. But definitely there is something else: In my opinion, due to the increasing offer of unlocking methods, iPhone has received a big incentive in sales. Well, an easier activation method pops up every single day, since George Hotz succesful hadware unlock. And now most of them are 100% software based (and GUI based too). It means anyone who have internet access can do it. It is really simple and easy by now! This is per se encouraging the whole world that does NOT have/want AT&T service to buy an iPhone. The risk of something going bad now is actually pretty low, and if Apple doesn't relock them I bet they will sell the 2nd million in a little less than half of the time they took to reach the 1st million milestone. Write it down, I'm betting 40 days or so. Just my thoughts... * And I know they get paid for every AT&T iPhone activation, but do the math, selling iPhones generates by far more profit.