iPhone 6 early pre-orders could be highest in Apple’s history
iPhone 6 and 6 Plus launch officially on September 19
Apple has recently opened its store page for the both new iPhone 6 and the overnight pre-orders have been higher than ever in company’s history, according to the technology giant. Sources familiar with the matter have revealed to Recode that users’ responses to both new smartphones have been incredible. Some of the key US carriers like AT&T have also registered higher demand for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in comparison to iPhone 5s and 5c during the first two days after opening pre-orders.
Of course, we should all take this information with a grain of salt. Higher overnight sales do not mean anything as this is quite a tiny sample, so if Apple has broken its 2 million record for the first 24 hours or not is highly questionable. Apple is known for spreading too positive news around their new products, which every time are being described as ”unique” and ‘amazing’. We are likely to see more information about iPhone’s sales further this week, around the official launch on Sept 19.
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are both bigger and thinner than the previous generation of Apple phones. The smaller Apple rocks a 4.7 inch screen with the same pixel density as the 5S. iPhone 6 Plus has a giant 5.5 inch HD screen with slightly more pixels per inch. Aside from going bigger, Apple has improved just a few things so if you own the previous iPhone 5s the upgrade might not be justified at this point. There is a new A8 processor, OIS but only for iPhone 6 Plus, NFC for both models, and some other enhancements.