Earlier in the month of September, Apple unveiled to the world its latest iPhone. Apple’s iPhone 7 and 7s gained massive popularity and also some criticism. The company’s innovation in the field of tech never seems to fail the population. Today, Apple’s iPhone 7 and 7s are finally in the market and are making their way to the customers.
Customers pre-ordering Apple’s iPhone 7 and 7s
The pre-orders for iPhone 7 and 7s opened last Friday and Apple reported that ever model had been sold out in all colors. The iPhone 7 jet black color was also sold out, in the initial inventory. However, this limited inventory has not unmotivated customers from buying the latest iPhone. Majority of the walk-in customers were outside Apple’s store in San Francisco as early as Thursday evening reports NBC News.
The regions in Asia and Europe already have iPhones in stores but Apple customers in Sydney reported that there were no models of iPhone 7s available. They iPhones were only available on pre-ordering.
Mobile carriers all across the globe have been giving customers estimate delivery date of two weeks to months. After the release of Apple’s iPhone 7 and 7s many users took to social media to protest against some of the features of the new models. The absence of a headphone jack, airpods and waterproofing were just some of the features that fell under criticism.
But this did not stop the purchase of Apple’s iPhones by Apple fanatics. It is also reported that the company’s share value jumped 3% again, ahead of the new model sales. The iPhone is available in gold, silver, black, jet black, and black. Even though jet black has a tendency to scuff it seems that people are still very much into buying it.
Apple encourages customers to order their model of iPhone on their website.
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