Verizon jumps on annual iPhone upgrade bandwagon with new trade-in offer

25 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Fans brave wet as iPhone 6s and 6s Plus go on sale.

Following new iPhone 6s upgrade/trade-in plans announced this week by both T-Mobile (starting from $5/month) and Sprint (starting from $1/month), now it’s Verizon’s turn to put on the boxing mitts and step into the ring. Crowds were noticeably thinner this year — and so too was broadcast media’s presence — as the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus went on sale on Friday at 8am around the country.

Lucy Kelly is hoping to be the first “robot” to purchase an iPhone and set up her machine stand-in, with iPad attached, outside the store about 4am yesterday morning, The Daily Telegraph reported. A first timer for queuing, he said he was there for the experience, before noting the obvious: “It’s very cold at the moment.” As the sun set on Sydney on Thursday night the first person in the queue didn’t even like Apple, the next two wanted to drop the iPhone as soon as it was handed to them and not far behind them was a robot. Limited stock is available at Apple stores on launch day, so, if you haven’t pre-ordered an iPhone 6s, you will have to get to your local store before midday if you want any chance of getting your hands on one.

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