Three days have been gone since the launching of iPhone 4S. And in this week, Apple has set a new record of selling around 4 million iPhone 4S models in first three days of launching. So many customers lined up at stores from Sydney to San Francisco to be first with the new touch-screen handset.
These stats are more than two times of 1.7 million iPhones sold by the Cupertino company last year, during the introduction of the previous model. Apple’s carrier partners for iPhone 4S (AT&T, Verizon and Sprint) also reported high activation rates for the new iPhone, which has new voice-recognition software (SIRI), a speedier processor (A5) and higher-quality camera (8 Mega-Pixel).
iPhone 4S was launched in seven countries including United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan and the United Kingdom on October 14th. Customers lined up outside stores in cities including Frankfurt, Tokyo, San Francisco and New York. Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak was the first one to get the handset.
This is also being said that some customers are buying this phone for giving a tribute to Apple’s former CEO Steve Jobs.
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