iPhone 4 Demands in China Exhausts Supply
Outside Apple's new Xidan Joy City retail store in Beijing, over a thousand fans lined up Saturday to purchase the iPhone 4. Unfortunately, supplies can't meet the consumer's demand.
China Unicom struggles to fulfill over 200,000 iPhone 4 pre-orders it received last week, according to MarketWatch. This year’s iPhone 4 release in China is a dramatic turnaround, compared to last year’s muted iPhone launch. China Unicom has sold 60,000 units on the first day after receiving a hefty number of pre-orders. More than 40,000 of sales went to individual customers and 10,000 to direct distribution bulk orders. However, Apple promised more shipments in the days to come. According to Apple spokeswoman, Carolyn Wu:
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“More iPhones will be available soon and customers should check back with their local store or online for updates on availability.”