Monday, December 17, 2012

Sell ​​2 Million Apple iPhone 5 in its first weekend in China

iPhone 5 China Apple Vende 2 Millones de iPhone 5 en su primer Fin de Semana en China

A few days ago was released the iPhone 5 in China. Apple has already announced sales achieved by the iPhone 5 in China. They have reached 2 million units sold in the first three days.

When Apple launched the iPhone 5 in September, the smartphone was able to reach the figure of 5 million units sold during the first weekend after the launch, which took place simultaneously in nine countries. So 2 million units in only one country, even the world's most populous, demonstrates the incredible demand for the iPhone 5 in China.

In the words of Tim Cook, Apple's CEO:

"Customer response to iPhone 5 chinese has been incredible, setting a new sales record, with the best weekend sales in China we have ever gotten.

China is a very important market for us and the customers can not wait to get their hands on Apple products. "

While riots and long lines are common whenever an Apple product launches in China, the iPhone 5 had a quieter reception. This was due mainly to the new reservation system that Apple has implemented for the launch of its products in China. Customers must first request the device to online the day before going to buy it. This helps prevent re-sales and hordes of people filling the streets.

Apple has yet to partner with China Mobile, the largest mobile operator in the world. When making the partnership between the two companies, the iPhone 5 will be available for an additional 700 million Chinese customers.

Later this month, the iPhone 5 will be available in more than 100 countries worldwide, becoming the fastest rollout of an iPhone that was ever made.

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