Apple said pre-orders of its iPhone 5 climbed over two million in just 24 hours, doubling the previous one million record set by iPhone 4S. Released for pre-orders on September 14th, demand for the new smartphone already outstrips the initial supply. However, Apple reports that the majority of pre-orders in the US, Australia, Canada, France, [...]
The iPhone 4S may not have captured the hearts of the blogosphere but it certainly has captured the hearts of consumers.
Apple today announced it has sold over four million of the devices in just three days. The device sold just over a million units on Friday, the first day of sales and a remarkable three million more units on Saturday and Sunday.
While tech bloggers and critics complain the new iPhone 4S is short on new features and a new design, consumers seem quite happy to shell out many hundreds of dollars for the new smartphone.
Apple yesterday announced pre-orders of its iPhone 4S topped one million last Friday, surpassing the previous single day pre-order record of 600,000 held by iPhone 4.
At its headquarters in Cupertino, California yesterday, Apple unveiled its new iPhone 4s smartphone.
Features of the new device include a faster A5 Dual core processor, improved battery life, a new wireless system for faster data speeds, airplay mirroring, iOS 5 with more than 200 new features, an improved 8 megapixel camera, and the ability to record video at 1080p.