Tuesday, December 4, 2012

iPhone 5 pre-orders in China hit 100 000 in less that 24 hours

Pre-order sales for the iPhone are looking pretty good in China. China Unicom is reporting that it has received over 100 000 orders for the new iPhone in advance of it`s December 14 release date.

appleinsider reports:

"The final tally came in at 4 p.m. on Tuesday local China time, less than one day after China Unicom started preorder sales of Apple's newest handset, reports Sina Tech. A separate report from Sohu affirmed the China Unicom numbers and added that China Telecom subsidiary Beijing Telecom received more than 5,000 orders on Sunday when it opened iPhone 5 sales.

Earlier on Monday, Apple announced it would be launching the iPhone 5 in more than 50 countries in a staggered release through December as part of the fastest rollout in company history. The device finally received a network license last week after slogging through the country's approval process for nearly a month.

It was rumored in that China Unicom would be selling what would become the iPhone 5 by the end of the year after a successful negotiations session in September. The telecom has been a partner carrier since it signed on to a three-year deal in 2009."

not bad, lets see how well it does in 6 months

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