If you try to preorder an iPhone 6S or 6S Plus, reports The Loop’s Dave Mark, you’ll be greeted with this message:
It’s not that the phone is “sold-out,” as Mark suggests. It’s more likely that there were a finite number of reservation slots, and those have been filled.
See also: Apple iPhone 6S pre-orders up more than 30% at T-Mobile
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