As if we expected anything less, Apple announced today (via AppleInsider) that it sold over 10 million iPhone 6 and 6 Plus units over the last three days since the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus went on sale. This includes the 4 million units that were pre-ordered last week. So how does this compare to the previous iPhone launch weekends? Pretty impressively. iPhone 5S and the 5C sold over 9 million units over the launch weekend last year (there was no pre-ordering scheme then). So the iPhone 6 models sold a good 1 million more this year. If this is impressive, wait till you hear the exactly story. The iPhone 5S and the 5C were launched simultaneously in US and China and hence the 9 million figure includes iPhones sold in China. While this year, thanks to some regulatory roadblocks Apple has yet to sell even one iPhone 6 or 6 Plus in China (well... at least not legally). So 10 million iPhone 6 models in the launch weekend, even without China (one of Apple's biggest markets), is more than an impressive feat (looks like Apple might meet or even beat the 'analysts" bullish estimate of more than 60 million iPhones sold this holiday quarter). Also as usual Apple's iPhone demand far outshines its supply.