Apple seems to have sorted all its supply issues out, as it has revealed that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will indeed be made available prior to Diwali. The exact release date for the devices is October 17, and pre-orders for both of them will commence from tomorrow onwards, and their prices will be disclosed only then.
A little while ago, we heard about some differences in opinion among Apple representatives in India and those from Cupertino. Apparently, those from India wanted to launch the handsets prior to Diwali in order to cash in on the massive shopping fever that hits the country during that time, while the US guys were contemplating on whether they’ll be able to channel enough units towards the country in such a short span or not.
They’ve now figured out a way to do that it seems, and more importantly, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus can be added to buyers’ shopping lists for this Diwali. This will also help Apple better compete against the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 which is set to be released in India today.
Unveiled to the world on September 9, these new iOS 8-based models come with more energy efficient processors, whereas they have even been equipped with better camera functionalities than their predecessors. More importantly though, they grab bigger displays than any previous models from the iPhone range, as their panels are 4.7 and 5.5 inches in size.
Eager Apple enthusiasts from India should take note that online pre-orders for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will commence on the Apple website tomorrow, so keep your wallets loaded.