For the first time, Apple sold more iPods in a quarter than it did Macs–and Apple CEO Steve Jobs is happy about it. “We feel great,” Jobs told the New York Times. “We sold a lot of Macs, but we’ve sold more iPods in the quarter than all the Macs put together.” As reported by MacMinute Wednesday, Apple sold a record 807,000 iPods in the quarter, a more than 900 percent increase from the period a year earlier. The company sold 749,000 Macs in the quarter, up 5 percent. Apple’s revenue from iPod sales was US$264 million, up from $31 million a year ago. Jobs also noted that the iPod now has a 40 percent share of the MP3 player market and that Apple has sold 2.9 million iPods in two years.