iPhone 6s Pre-Order Not Available Online for Launch Day
This Friday will be the official iPhone 6s sale date in U.S. and other countries across the world. Apple already locked down its pre-orders and reservations for the launch date for both iPhone 6s Plus and iPhone 6s in several states.
When iPhone 6s pre-order not available in your state you can only try to visit you local Apple Store in hopes to purchase the new generation smartphone. Still there are millions of others who want to get their hands on this gadget so this year’s release might turn to real Black Friday Apple day.
Users who have pre-orders their gadget will be able to get their order. However Apple doesn’t guarantee iPhone 6s and 6s Plus availability to those customers who were planning to buy this device on September 25th [learn more about Force touch technology built into the new phones].
If you couldn’t pre-order the ‘s’ lineup model but still want to try and get it you might want to visit your local Apple Store on Friday, stay in a long line [consumers will most likely line up in front of stores across the U.S. because the Cupertino-based giant already reported high demand on both new models and rumors suggest the company experiences shortage with iPhone 6s and 6s Plus supplies this year] and maybe get a smartphone.
You won’t be able to buy the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus in Alaska, New Hampshire, Delaware and Oregon on the launch day. Why? These four states don’t have sales tax and this is the reason why Apple is not planning to serve customers on the official ‘s’ release day.
Some rumors say that Apple doesn’t want to sell its iPhone 6s / 6s Plus in the four states mentioned above because customers could purchase phones and resell them immediately getting more money than in states where taxes are paid.
There would be no walk-in iPhones 6s sales in China, Japan and Hong Kong on the official launch date either.