Apple won’t be introducing launch sales for the iPhones this year
We have started to see it as a norm that whenever Apple launches a new iPhone, they go on to announce launch sales for these smartphones but tradition would be broken this year with the Cupertino-based company having warned investors not to expect anything of the sort for this timeframe, given that the demand for the iPhone units have passed the supply that they have on ground currently.
Last year alone, Apple recorded a massive sale of 13 million units off the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus and this was only in the first three days after launch. By the end of the year, the iPhone 6s had succeeded in making Apple a very happy brand with the manufacturer recording the best ever quarterly record in that period but as soon as that period went off, there began to be a decline in the sales.
Since there are no launch sales, you would be getting the devices like everyone else and with the preorders having opened yesterday, it is expected to be in stores and in your hands just a week after on the 16th of September.
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