The debut launch of the latest iphones on the market have people in a frenzy not only in the the U.S. but also throughout Europe and Asia.
The run on stores for these new gadgets indicate that people’s appetite for Apple’s products is still slack and the demand no doubt spells well for the company’s bottom line. Moreover, this should have shareholders talking all the way to bank.
The iPhone 6 and the 6 Plus went on sale on Friday in countries such as Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan, before rolling out in France, Germany, Puerto Rico, Canada, and the U.S.
Local consumers in New York and San Francisco will also not be denied of having first hold on the new gadgets and they too have been forming long queues over the last few days.
Angela Ahrendts, Apple’s senior vice president of retail and online stores in a tweet posted on Twitter, described the response to the roll of the new products as a “Phenomenal start to a historic day and an honor to be with our incredible team and first customers in Sydney.”
Davy Desmond, Readers Bureau, Senior Fellow
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