Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Apple sells two million iPhones in its first day 5

iPhone 5 anuncio Apple vende dos millones de iPhones 5 en su primer día

Announcement of the new iPhone 5

Although we should talk about reserves, the fact is that Apple can boast of having sold two million iPhone 5 in just 24 hours. On Friday at midnight is allowed U.S. customers make the bookings of the new smartphone from the company. Again, the system collapsed and only the fastest could ensure their iPhone for September 21.

Any customer who made a reservation terminal had to pay upfront. This is the statement that Apple sent to the media today from its headquarters in California:

"Pre-orders of the iPhone 5 have beaten more than the previous record held by the iPhone 4S, the customer response to the iPhone 5 has been phenomenal," said Philip Schiller, senior vice president of worldwide marketing at Apple. "The iPhone 5 is the best iPhone so far and the most beautiful product we've ever created, and we hope that our customers will love it as much as us."

This breaks the record previously established iPhone 4S, as it has doubled the number of reservations. Those who are more impatient have to camp in the Apple stores on Thursday night to make sure the phone Friday morning.

Article Apple sells two million iPhones in its first day in May was originally published in News iPhone .

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