Everyone knows that the iPhone has been selling at a record pace, but when you see numbers like these, it really puts things in perspective. Love it or hate it, Apple has a winner on their hands. The company’s first entry into the mobile phone market managed to snag 27% of all smartphone sales for the 3rd quarter of 2007. It outsold all Windows Mobile devices, and heartily crushed Symbian sales. The only manufacturer with more phones sold was RIM, which owes most of its success to the enterprise market. Corporate sales are nothing to scoff at, but it’s pretty safe to say that the iPhone has all but cornered the consumer smartphone arena.