Apple, if you notice carefully, operates differently for different markets. While the surge in sales is noticable in the markets in China or the US, it's an entirely different ball game for others. And owing to that, there might be some bad news for all the Apple fans based in India.
Apple, according to reports, has pushed back the iPhone 6 launch in India. This is happening, yet again, for the second time. And with the new regulation now in effect, fans will have to wait until November if they are indeed interested in buying the new handset.
The Cupertino-based tech giant had already revealed October 17 as the release day for the iPhone 6 and its larger sibling in India. However, it has now been reported that the initial release date of the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone devices in the country, was marked at September 26.
The new details regarding the delay in release in India comes within a week after it was reported that customers may have to wait three to four weeks to get their hands on Apple Inc's iPhone 6 Plus. This was due to the large number of shipment orders for the handset.
Apple anyway has had a history with supply issues for iPhones. "Apple routinely grapples with iPhone supply constraints, particularly in years that involve a smartphone re-design. The latest iPhones come with larger screens and some analysts had anticipated that production issues may keep a lid on initial runs," a previous Reuters report claimed.
But heading back to the topic in hand, on contacting Apple re-sellers, The Indian Express has revealed that the new generation iPhone units may not reach India in October. And although that's a bad news, it also gives other users time to invest on the previous iPhone models at a cheaper price.
More on the release delay is to be found out. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!