| September 15, 2014 | 1 comment
Last week, Apple opened up preorders for its newest model of iPhone. Within a few hours, reports were coming in of massive shutdowns and online load errors that didn’t really clear up until the wee hours of the morning, at which time the iPhone 6 Plus was already backlogged with a delayed shipping date. This morning, Apple announced a record number of first day preorders, which explains why the company was having so much trouble online.
According to Apple, preorders of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus hit four million in the first 24-hours, which is the biggest in Apple history. The company had a certain number of devices prepared to ship for launch day. However, preorders far exceeded expected demand and many customers will be waiting until mid October to get their iPhone shipped.
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