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OnePlus 6T debut moved a day back because of Apple iPad Pro

OnePlus 6T debut

In case you’re the sort who consistently tunes into gadget launches, you’ve presumably seen that Apple’s October 30th iPad Pro event was set to conflict with OnePlus 6T debut – truth be told, they were inside an hour of one another.

That is somewhat of an issue, would it say it isn’t? OnePlus absolutely considers so.

With that in mind, it’s moving the OnePlus 6T debut to one day sooner, on October 29th.

In the event that you were inclined to pursue both, you won’t need to juggle various liveblogs or streams just to remain current.

In an extensive statement presented on the OnePlus community forums, CEO Pete Lau said that the organization’s correspondences with tech writers persuaded that its event would be “overshadowed.” But the organization said that its fans were a more vital thought:

We talked to some of our most loyal users, knowing we could not make a decision of this magnitude without your input. For we know you would be most affected by this change. Flight tickets have been booked, hotel rooms reserved, and plans rescheduled. Internally, we were incredibly divided on this decision. We agonized for hours before we came to one of the most painful decisions we have ever made.

At last, the organization realizes that it was in somewhat of a hopeless scenario and would not like “to let one of the most important products in our history be affected by another great product launch.”

In a quite liberal motion, in any case, the organization says it’ll refund tickets for anybody unfit to go to and will even pay the expense for individuals who need to change airfare or different facilities:

If you’re still committed to joining our event, first of all: Thank you! We will cover any costs you might incur to change your plans. If you need to pay to move your flight, we’ve got your back. Same goes for those of you who booked a hotel or made other arrangements. Our team will be getting in touch with all ticket owners individually to help you out.

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Sheher Bano

I’m a communication enthusiast and junior editor-reporter at Research Snipers RS-NEWS, I have completed a degree in Mass Communication but very enthusiastic about new technology, games, and mobile devices. I have the main interest in Technology and games.

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