Apple finally catches up with U.S. iPhone 6/Plus demand

“Consumers in the United States will no longer face a backlog when purchasing an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus from Apple’s online store, as supplies of the popular smartphones appear to have reached parity with demand nearly four months after their release,” Sam Oliver reports for AppleInsider.

“All but one configuration are now listed as “in stock,” and spot checks at Apple retail outlets in the southern U.S. show most models available for immediate in-store pickup,” Oliver reports. “The lone holdout — the sim-free iPhone 6 Plus — comes with a lead time of just one day.”

Oliver reports, “Supply also appears to be improving in Europe, though Apple’s hottest market — China — remains underserved.”

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6 Comments

  1. WAKE UP NAYSAYERS. Baseball, Hot Dogs, Apple Pie & Lemonade.

    Apple is an AMERICAN BORN company. Thank “GOD!” The reason foreigners, in this day and age, can not compete ethically, is because they can not think independently and truly innovate. Due to iron fisted governments & unethical business practices foreigners have infiltrated and infected this once great country of “THE UNITED STATES OF “AMERICA” with JUNK hardware.
    Just take a peek @ the cesspool of “GIMMICKS” @ CES. Fodder for the ignorant. Crapware, piggybacking & riding the coat tails of Apple. Wake UP! Naysayers. Apple is here to stay for quite some time. GET USE TO THIS FACT. Who made touch screen phones a viable consumer product FIRST? Um …. That would be Apple Inc. People.
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    Better still, Apple set the all-time record for single day App Store sales on New Year’s Day 2015.

    “I think this is a wakeup call for all the analysts,” Global Equities Research analyst Trip Chowdhry told Benzinga. “More developers equals more applications, [which] equals more devices being sold. This is the only reason why Apple will be wickedly successful and why the competition will be a total failure because the competition is clueless about the winning equation.”

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