Apple iPhone 4 sells out everywhere
by Darren Allan
Despite niggles with the smartphone’s antenna, which Apple claims is merely a software glitch, the new iPhone has been selling very strongly.
According to the company’s initial figures, it shifted 1.7 million units in the first three days, quite a mind boggling figure. Analysts had guessed the quantity sold would be more in the order of 1 to 1.5 million.
And along with those strong sales have come the expected stock shortages. Just over a week after its launch, Apple’s store across the country have none left, and every network has sold out of the mobile, with the exception of O2 which still has some of the devices in stock according to an article in The Telegraph.
But even O2 has only a very small amount of the iPhone 4 available. Phone ahead, or use the online stock availability checker, before you make that hopeful trip.
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