iPhone 6s And 6s Plus Set New Sales Record

Apple’s dominance in the smartphone market doesn’t appear to be diminishing anytime soon according to official sales figures. In the previous year, Apple managed to shift an astonishing 10 million handsets during the first week of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus’s launch period. Unbelievably, the company has managed to surpass this with the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus launch and recorded 13 million sales. Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook described the sales record and said:

“Sales for iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus have been phenomenal, blowing past any previous first weekend sales results in Apple’s history,”

Usually, manufacturers struggle to maintain their sales figures after many product launches. Apple is an anomaly though and continues to build on the company’s success. This even applies to niche devices like the Apple Watch which surpassed Apple’s expectations despite some negative press surrounding the product’s battery life. It seems Apple’s core demographic is hooked on their product line and cannot ever see themselves moving towards a competing hardware solution. As a result, Apple’s position in the smartphone market is incredibly secure and without the dramatic downturn some commentators expected after many years of product launches.

Whether you like Apple’s closed strategy or not, their sales figures once again continue on a rising trend.

Do you think Apple’s position will ever falter?

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iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus Prices Leaked

Apple is right on schedule with their yearly release of a new smartphone and this year it will be the iPhone 6S duo that consists of the 6S and 6S Plus. The launch is set for September which is Apple’s normal time for their smartphones. Apple’s iPhone 6 has seen a massive popularity and Apple’s profit has skyrocketed thanks to it, but they aren’t resting on that.

The new flagship fruit phone will come with a row of upgrades where the most prominent probably will be the Force Touch feedback feature which already is used in the MacBooks and Apple Watch.

The news today is the leak on the pricing and as you might have expected, it will not come cheap. But Apple fans don’t seem to mind the price, so that shouldn’t not hinder the success of the phone. The leak comes from Apple’s supply sources in Hong Kong and the prices are converted from Chinese RMB.

The iPhone 6S will see a similar price to the iPhone 6 where the 32GB is said to retail at $850, the 64GB for $980 and there will also be an all-new 128GB version without a price set. The 32 GB iPhone 6S Plus will apparently be coming with a retail price of $980, the 64GB variant with a price tag of $1110 and the 128 GB iPhone 6S Plus for $1254.

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