“Demand for Apple’s new iPhone 4S appears to be unwavering both at home and abroad,” John Paczkowski reports for AllThingsD.
“When the device became available for pre-order last Friday in Hong Kong, it sold out within 10 minutes,” Paczkowski reports. “And in the States, retail inventories are reportedly being depleted almost as quickly as Apple can replenish them.”
Paczkowski reports, “Deutsche Bank’s Chris Whitmore says… ‘Our calls to carrier stores reveal infrequent shipments and no certainty when the next shipment will arrive with widespread shortages. It appears that Apple is prioritizing its own stores with new iPhones.'”
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