While some of us are more than content with our MetroPCS phones (questionably referred to as GhettoPCS in less esteemed circles), people are finally getting their first iPhones. So much so that Apple sold 1 million of them in just five days after the iPhone 3G S went on sale last Friday. What's more, more than six million customers have downloaded the new iPhone 3.0 software, according to San Francisco Business Times. "After using a 1960's-era Motorola Razr for years, I couldn't be happier with the new iPhone. Now the last five years are starting to make more sense" squees one friend of SFist.) Although stock prices had dipped after news of Steve Jobs' health was made public over the last few months, their stock has shot up since then, "closing up nearly 80 percent from those lows on Friday at $139.48."