All of Hong Kong sold out of iPhone 4S in three hours; Mandarin said coming to Siri by March

“The iPhone 4S sold out in Hong Kong even faster than previously thought, a memo from Ticonderoga Securities’ Brian White indicates,” Electronista reports.

“The analyst claims that both the city’s Apple Store and all authorized resellers sold out within a space of three hours,” Electronista reports. “Earlier accounts had just the Apple Store selling out by lunchtime.”

Electronista reports, “White additionally cites sources saying that Siri, the voice command system on the 4S, will finally get Mandarin support by March 2012.”

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5 Comments

  1. but apple stock can’t win.

    yesterday the pundits were trashing apple because supposedly “ipad and iPhone demand was weak”

    today with sell outs in HK they have changed the story that Apple is in trouble because “they cannot keep up with demand. Suffering supply chain problems… ”

    meanwhile Amazon with a PE of 110 has gained 3% while aapl with a PE of around 10 (ex cash) is going down…

    appl is in trouble not due to stuff like poor sales but relentless hatred by reporters and ‘analysts’ …

    1. Must we put up with Yellow Jouralism?

      Yellow journalism or the yellow press is a type of journalism that presents little or no legitimate well-researched news and instead uses eye-catching headlines to sell more newspapers.[1] Techniques may include exaggerations of news events, scandal-mongering, or sensationalism.[1] By extension “Yellow journalism” is used today as a pejorative to decry any journalism that treats news in an unprofessional or unethical fashion.

      Utterly PATHETIC! You know….. The System. Is there any justice or ethics anymore? I ponder not. ie. Eric T. MOLE! Behind the scenes…… BLOODBATH! FU MOLE!

    2. Do you call them “ANALYSTS”

      They don’t deserve to be called as an “ANALYSTS”

      You watch them, they will change story / ies after 1st quarter APPLE”S results.

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