iPhone 6S pre-orders begin with troubles

Similar to the last years iPhone 6 pre-orders Apple yet again met the same issues. Apple introduced its iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus officially at the event last Wednesday. Both devices are going to represent Apple in the smartphone market for this season. And also iPhone 6S and its larger model is going to replace iPhone 6 and its sibling as Apple flagships. But its potential users fear the same issues with pre-orders and shipments, experienced last time.

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As per Apple’s announcement pre-orders for new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S plus started on Saturday. But users face trouble in loading the Apple web store while trying to place online pre-order. The failure of apple web store to load prevented a number of early pre-orders. However, those users approaching the mobile store app were successful as it works perfectly. Thus Apple got a bit of relaxation from going into another system failure.

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The glitch that appeared was though felt and also reported well by many of iPhone potential users.  Many feared new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus may face the issues of proceeding iPhones. Apple has announced that the pre-order will begin at the time without any delay thus users were set to place their orders minutes after it starts. But in many regions users came up with complaints that they are unable to load the store online. The issue lasted for hours thus creating a disappointing situation for Apple lovers.

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Last year when iPhone 6 and its larger sibling were launched the web store went down for about two hours after pre-orders started. The issue this time seems very identical thus creating concerns. New iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus are made to replace and also solve issues of iPhone 6 generation devices. Apple enthusiast have been much optimistic about the iPhone 6S thus Apple need to address the concerns soon.

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Source: CNET

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