“Odds are strong” that Apple will sell one million iPhones Thursday, reports “24/7WallSt.” (http://macosg.me/2/fi). The smartphone will launch in the US and several large wireless markets including the UK, France, Germany, and Japan.

Early reports say the iPhone 4 is already sold out in Japan. Other reports say people are in lines in front of Apple stores around the world in an effort to get the new iPhone.

What’s more, Apple may top two million iPhone sales by the end of the fiscal quarter on June 26, according to Andy Hargreaves, an analyst at Pacific Crest Securities. Approximately 600,000 iPhones have already been ordered online from Apple or AT&T.