iPhone X booking: Phone sold out within minutes? How Twitterati erupted

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Published: October 28, 2017 1:56:26 PM

Believe it or not but iPhone X was sold out within minutes. iPhone X starts at Rs 89,000 for 64 GB in India, while the 256GB version is available for a whopping amount of Rs. 1,02,000.

iPhone X, iPhone X booking, iPhone X in India, iPhone X pre order, iPhone, iPhone X features, iPhone X release dateDespite being the most expensive smartphone in the country, the demand of the phone is so high that Twitterati couldn’t help but gasp at this. (Reuters)

Believe it or not but iPhone X was sold out within minutes. iPhone X starts at Rs 89,000 for 64 GB in India, while the 256GB version is available for a whopping amount of Rs. 1,02,000. Despite the sky-high prices, the demand is such that it went out of stock in a blink! Despite being the most expensive smartphone in the country, the demand of the phone is so high that Twitterati couldn’t help but gasp at this. Apple chief executive Tim Cook introducing the latest iPhone called it the ”the biggest leap forward since the original iPhone.” The Apple iPhone X will start selling from November 3, and India is among the first 54 countries where the premium smartphone will be shipped. Around the world, Apple fans posted images and comments online on Friday about how they were planning to get their hands on one of the $999 (or more) phones. But you will be rolling on the floor laughing looking at the hilarious reactions of people on Twitter. Take a look:-

Also Apple: pic.twitter.com/JCy85458WD

— Reid Chandler (@thereidfeed) October 27, 2017

Consumers who ordered early will get their iPhone Xs next Friday. Apple also plans to set inventory aside for people choosing to buy an iPhone X at one of the company’s physical stores. For those prepared to fight the crowds, Apple had some advice: “Arrive early.”

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