iPhone 6 meeting consumer demand

iPhone 6 meeting consumer demand

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Online sales doing very well

2015 is certainly looking to be a big year for Apple as they are releasing the highly anticipated Apple Watch and the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. It was reported this past week that after over four months, Apple is finally able to fully stock their online stores and that the sales of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are meeting expectations and they are meeting the demand of the consumer.

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus can be ordered online and can be shipped within one business day. This is for the 16GB, the 64 GB, and the 128 GB versions of the smartphones. The United States Apple online store is fully stocked and it is also being said that the Apple online venues in the United Kingdom, Australia, and Germany are also being listed as ‘in stock’. The iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus first hit the market back in September and when it was first released it took in upwards to a month for some people to get their phones. A total of 4 million pre orders were made of the iPhone 6 and as Christmas came, the strength of sales of these new mobile devices were ones that allowed Apple to have a very good and record breaking selling holiday.

One of the reasons that the arrival time of the iPhone 6 by online consumers were so long was that the manufacturer of the iPhone 6 in Foxconn could simply not be able to keep up with the demand. Since then though, the company has been able to keep up with the demand and the pace. Company numbers show that Apple was able to sell over 10 million iPhone 6 units during the first week that it came out on the market. The internationally known financial advisor and investment firm USB announced that Apple was able to sell nearly 70 million iPhone’s during the last quarter of 2014.

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