Chinese mobile providers as well as Mandarin e-commerce site Jingdong Shopping mall (JD.com) have refined a combined total amount of around 20 million pre-orders for the iPhone 6 as well as 6 Plus considering that pre-orders started on October 10, states Tencent (Google Translate, by means of Digitimes).
The report notes that China’s 3 biggest carriers consisting of China Mobile, China Unicom, as well as China Telecommunications have actually refined over 10 million of those pre-orders, while JD.com specifies that it has obtained 9.5 million pre-orders for both devices. JD.com specifies that 4.7 million pre-orders are for the iPhone 6, while 4.8 million pre-orders are for the iPhone 6 Plus. The amounts also do not consist of pre-orders approved by Apple or its over 6,000 resellers in the nation.
Last Friday, it was reported that the 3 significant Mandarin service providers had actually taken one million iPhone 6 as well as 6 Plus pre-orders in the initial six hrs. Apple revealed on September 22 that opening weekend break sales for both devices topped ten million devices, cracking the previous record of 9 million devices set by the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c in 2013. The iPhone 6 as well as 6 Plus will officially be readily available in China this Friday, October 17.