Apple Says Overnight iPhone 6 Pre-Orders Set New Record

Apple Says Overnight iPhone 6 Pre-Orders Set New Record

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Apple has announced that a record number of iPhone pre-orders were placed overnight, reports Re/code. Unfortunately, the company did not specify how many units were sold.

“Response to iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus has been incredible with a record number of preorders overnight,” said an Apple spokesperson.

AT&T recently announced 'hundreds of thousands' of pre-orders and currently the iPhone 6 Plus is sold out.

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Marc - September 14, 2014 at 9:29am
You obviously don't own a Mac, iPad etc. your Mac ecosystem is what it's all about.
thevmaxer - September 14, 2014 at 2:18am
Hate to rain on your parade, but the Iphone 5 that I am now selling on Ebay is the last iphone I will buy. I am tired of paying $850 for a smartphone, or spending $75/month for 2 years ($1800) to get the $399 price point! So it is onward to Android for me, I can buy a fully functional LG G PRO Unlocked for under $300 and then go to Ultra Mobile for $30/month...and the rest of the money will go into the bank! I am off the Apple Money Train!
Bulbous Man - September 14, 2014 at 2:27am
Hate to burst your bubble but have your tried selling 80s and 90s junk? Truth be told I made so much off how much my parents held on to those util they finally sold it and got rich, besides the phone will be worth selling before a newer one comes out.
Stocks - September 14, 2014 at 2:32am
Good, more for us rich white boys
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thevmaxer - September 15, 2014 at 12:45pm
Most people will be lucky to break even on the cost of the phone. Do the math on Usage though. If you purchase with contract: 64GB Iphone 6 @ $749, you still have to sign up for the data plan. My plan which ended 09/14/2014, was $70/month plus taxes, etc. So $70/month X 24 = $1680. With Ultra Mobile $29/month X 24 = $696 ... OR $984 savings. Not to mention the savings on tax. So for arguments sake, let's call it One Thousand Dollars!
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