It is reported that Apple’s new iPhone 6s line has concluded assembly in China and is now being shipped to the world.
MacRumors reports that customers who have pre-ordered the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus have received notice that their smartphones are on their way from China. Estimated delivery is expected on September 25, the same day the smartphones go on sale at 8:00am local time at selected Apple Stores worldwide.
The first wave of the new generation models will go on sale in the following countries: the United States, Australia, Canada, China (including Hong Kong), France, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Singapore and the United Kingdom.
Apparently the iPhone 6s Plus and its Rose Gold color variation are so popular that MacRumors reports Apple estimates total shipments to arrive in three to four weeks possibly later.
Apples latest generation smartphone reportedly looks the same as Apple’s previous generation iPhone 6 line. The only difference in appearances will be the letter “S” printed on the back of the 6s line to differentiate the two generations, TechWeb reports.
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