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iPhone 6 Plus stock shortages continue as networks report high demand

The iPhone 6 Plus might be less pocketable than the 4.7-inch iPhone 6, but, according to latest reports at least, it is just as popular as its little brother.

According to John Legere, CEO of the US arm of T-Mobile, iPhone 6 Plus sales have been matching those of the standard iPhone 6. It had been expected that the larger, Galaxy Note 4 challenger would play second fiddle to its little brother.

With the network having expected the 6 Plus to account for just 20 to 25 per cent of iPhone 6 sales, Legere has revealed the split is closer to 45 per cent.

T-Mobile’s comments come just days after Apple revealed it had increased orders of the iPhone 6 Plus in a bid to meet continually high demand.

Here in the UK, Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus is still being plagued by stock constraints.

Through Apple’s official online store, all configurations and colours of the iPhone 6 are currently being listed alongside estimated ‘3-4 weeks’ delivery times.

Although proving a hit with consumers now, the iPhone 6 Plus did not get off to the easiest of starts.

The subject of the recent ‘bendgate’ saga, the iPhone 6 Plus was found to bend when put under moderate to high amounts of pressure – namely being sat on.

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Via: Re/Code

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