Orders for new iPhone outstripped initial supply
- Middle East: Wednesday, September 19 - 2012 at 10:48
Apple Inc. has received orders for over two million iPhone 5 models in the first 24 hours, reflecting a higher-than-expected demand for the consumer device giant's new smartphone and setting it up for a strong holiday quarter, Reuters has reported. The company said that pre-orders outstripped initial supply but it would deliver most phones in the US as planned by Friday, the first day of delivery. Apple will make initial deliveries of the iPhone 5 by September 21 in the US and most of the major European markets, such as France, Germany and the UK. The phone then goes on sale on September 28 in 22 other countries.
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