Apple will be opening its stores next week. But what about the rest of the world?
In announcing the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus earlier this week, Apple hinted that this year will see the fastest iPhone rollout in history. And, as promised, Apple is now prepping its Apple Store for the influx of pre-orders which begins later today, September 12th, Friday.
Apple will be opening its stores next week, September 19th. So far, this only applies to selected countries including the U.S., Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Puerto Rico, Singapore, and the U.K.
As for the rest of the countries, Apple promised that it will begin selling before the end of the year. But 9to5Mac was able to gather a list of the next batch of countries that can purchase Apple's new iPhones.
Via 9to5Mac, Apple intends to commence sales on September 26 in Switzerland, Italy, New Zealand, Sweden, Netherlands, Spain, Denmark, Ireland, Norway, Luxembourg, Russia, Austria, Turkey, Finland, Taiwan, Belgium, and Portugal.
Apple's website for the United Arab Emirates lists September 27, although orders could start as early as September 26.
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