Many of us have waited a long for the announcement of Apple’s new smart phone, iPhone 5. And as we well aware that Apple has already made its announcement on iPhone in the recent keynote held in San Fransicso on 12th sept. Apple has announced iPhone 5, iPod Touch 7th Generation and iPod nano with the latest iOS update i.e. iOS 6.
Pre orders of iPhone 5 sold out from 14th Sept, and it seems the fastest record for the smart phone ever. Well, Media says so. We need to keep our eyes on the media for such updates. There’s some interesting updates here from the house of Apple Inc. Read on!
JP Morgan economist Michael Feroli said that after the revealed date of iPhone 5 adding between 0.25 and 0.5 percentage points to US economic activity and it seems a great deal for the US based projects.
He added, “Apple is expected to sell 10 million of the iPhone 5 devices in just the opening days or we can say on the very first week”. They’ll start its shipping on 21st Sept itself. So, it looks quite nearer for the willing people out there in the US. By the end of this current year this figure will be around 50 Million.
With a flood of orders for the new iPhone 5, Apple has to extends the date of its shipping to the customers as they’ve got a lot of orders in the very first few hours. It seems a new bench marker for sure. No matter who criticise of this divice, it’s still on the top. For the only reason of heavy rush on pre ordering Apple has pushed the delivery date for a week. According to Apple, this Phone being sold initially in nine countries and by the end of this year it will be more than 100.
This is how Apple’s new device started a new revolutio in technology. Many people have faced some problems for booking this device as because of the rush on the ordering websites. Well this is an obvious matter. Apple’s online stores in Britain, Germany, and France “responded smoothly to preorder requests.” It doesn’t take a genius, though it’s genius. Well this is the Apple product where name stands first “Apple”. And now a days name matters more than anything else.