Correction: T-Mobile iPhone sales

The initial story calculated 840,000 iPhones sold. But T-Mobile actually said that iPhone sales accounted for 15 percent of T-Mobile branded smartphones sold, without providing a specific number for the latter, thus making iPhone sales a smaller but fuzzier number.

The initial story calculated 840,000 iPhones sold. But T-Mobile actually said that iPhone sales accounted for 15 percent of T-Mobile branded smartphones sold, without providing a specific number for the latter, thus making iPhone sales a smaller but fuzzier number.

Read the updated story here.

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