Tech analyst Andrew Tonner is not concerned that estimates of Apple iPhone quarterly sales have dropped, citing a similar decline in iPhone sales immediately before the release of the iPhone 4s. That device ended up being Apple's best-selling iPhone so far, so a similar slowdown now could lead to a surge in iPhone 5 sales. Expect this tech giant to continue to grow.
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