Apple iPhone 6s Sets New Sales Record in First Weekend
Apple didn’t announce how numerous 13 million phones were sold in China.
Apple is reporting that by Monday the 28th of September, they had sold more than 13 million iPhone 6s and 6s Plus models in the 12 markets where the handsets are available.
Customers try out a new Apple iPhone 6S at an Apple store in Chicago’s.
The updated phone includes enhanced battery life, a 12-megapixel camera and a 3-D Touch screen as well as a new rose-gold model. To be added that previous year China was not among the countries that sold the new iPhone during its first weekend of sales. Also, the fact that China was one of Apple’s initial launch partners may have boosted sales. This improvement comes in part due to the inclusion of the Chinese market, compared to previous year where the cell phone’s official launch was delayed from governmental regulatory issues.
Following the launch of the iPhone 6 a year ago, Apple went on to see more than 70 million units in three months, and post the largest ever quarterly profit by a public company in history of £11.8 billion.
Among other new features, consumers appear to have been sufficiently wowed by the iPhone’s 3D Touch technology, which senses how deeply you press the display, and responds accordingly.
A few days back, we were telling you that the newest iPhones were supposed to be coming to India as early as October 10, and we have official information coming from Apple regarding the release date.
Starting from October 9th, the latest iPhones will be available in 40 more countries including Italy, Mexico, Russia, Spain and Taiwan.
The new batch of smartphones were available to U.S. customers from September 25, two weeks after they were unveiled in a highly publicised event.