“Stores in Hong Kong remain sold out of Apple’s iPhone 5 as overwhelming demand continues,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider. “That’s expected to spread soon to mainland China, as carrier China Unicom is said to be gearing up for the iPhone 5 launch.”
“The details come from analyst Brian White with Topeka Capital Markets, who is currently touring the region,” Hughes reports. “He said all of the stores he has visited in Hong Kong were sold out of the iPhone 5, and described the city as having ‘iPhone 5 fever.'”
Hughes reports, “Meanwhile, China Unicom is said to have sold out completely of the iPhone 4S at some of its stores. That’s because the carrier is looking to ‘avoid an inventory situation ahead of the iPhone 5 launch’ in December, White said.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]