Last year Apple CEO Tim Cook surprised the first iPhone 6 customers at the Palo Alto Apple Store. This year he showed up in Washington D.C. at the Georgetown Apple Store.
The iPhone 6S launched today. Usually the Apple CEO pops into an Apple Store in Silicon Valley to meet the first new iPhone customers. Tim Cook was at the Palo Alto Apple Store last year. This year Tim Cook showed up for the iPhone 6S launch in an Apple Store in Washington D.C.
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The Georgetown Apple Store customers got surprised by Tim Cook. The Apple CEO spent some time doing selfies with the first iPhone 6S customers. Social media is full of these snaps.
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The iPhone 6S will be breaking the iPhone 6 sales record. The question is only which number Apple is going to publish. First Apple was very forthcoming with a statement saying that the iPhone 6S pre-orders will reach 10 million on the first weekend. Since then Apple has not mentioned any specific number. The next possible date for an announcement is Monday.
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If nothing comes from the Cupertino consumer electronics giant on that day, then we likely have to wait until the next earnings call to learn about the iPhone 6S sales numbers. The Apple Q4 2015 Earnings call is expected on October 19, 2015. The company has not yet set the date for the Q4 2015 earnings call.