Apple Sold More than Two Million iPhone 5 Models in China Over the Weekend

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Have you purchased an iPhone 5? If you are an iPhone lover, then you must be happy to know that more than two million iPhone 5s have been sold in China over the weekend. As we know Apple has started selling iPhone 5 models in China on December 14th. Now Apple has announced that they have sold over 2 million iPhone 5s in China. You should note that iPhone 5 was available for purchase at 8 AM. China Unicom has reported that they have received over 300,000 iPhone 5 pre-orders. It shows the popularity of iPhone 5 among Chinese customers.

Apple Sold Over Two Million iPhone 5 Models in China Over the Weekend

Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced that they have made a new record in selling iPhone 5 in China. Apple is expected to sell huge number of iPhone 5 models in China as it is the 2nd largest market. Time Magazine has already chosen iPhone 5 as the best gadget of 2012. Apple has also started selling iPhone 5 in 32 other countries on 14th of December. The names of these countries are South Africa, Panama, Antigua, Costa Rica, Barbuda, Grenada, Malaysia, Armenia, Indonesia, Brazil, Philippines, China, Ecuador, Saudi Arabia, Bolivia, Chile, Albania, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Russia, Cyprus, Moldova, Qatar, Jordan, Turkey, Israel, Montenegro, Taiwan, Jamaica, Macedonia, Bahamas, Paraguay, Venezuela and Bahrain. Apple had unveiled iPhone 5 on 12th of September, then they had started taking pre-order on September 14th. It features A6 chip, iOS 6, 4-inch display, 1GB RAM, 8 MP iSight camera, 1.2 MP FaceTime camera, Siri and 9-pin dock connector.

If you are a Chinese iPhone lover, then you must be planning to buy an iPhone 5. You can buy it from Apple retail store in China. iPhone 5 is available in three storage capacities such as 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. You have to pay $199 to buy 16GB iPhone 5, $299 to buy 32GB iPhone 5 and you have to pay $399 to buy 64GB iPhone 5 with a two-year contract. Recently Apple has announced that iPhone 5 will be launched in more than 50 countries this December.

Rudra

Rudra is an engineer and covers everything related to Apple. He keeps Techcular updated with latest Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Jailbreak articles.

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