“Now that Apple has unveiled iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus it can get down to the business of manufacturing enough units to sell them, the company has already said that it’s seeing exceptionally strong demand for the new handsets which are on pace to beat the iPhone 6’s record of 10 million sales during the first weekend,” Adnan Farooqui reports for Ubergizmo.
“KGI Securities claims that delivery dates for the iPhone 6S Plus have already slipped by 3-4 weeks primarily because of production issues with the larger model’s backlight hardware,” Farooqui reports. “Despite warning about production issues, KGI Securities believes that Apple will have up to 2.5 million units ready to start shipments on September 25th, since delivery times have started to slip it’s unlikely that a pre-order placed now will be delivered by the release date.”
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