It finally looks like Apple was able to sort out its production issues for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Ever since their release last year, certain variations of the two models have been intermittently unavailable in the company's online store, almost certainly due to supply chain woes.
Not anymore, though. For the first time all of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models are showing as being either in stock or shipping within one business day. And the latter applies only to the unlocked units, which Apple began selling directly not long ago.
If you go for carrier variations, though, you're all set to receive your brand new toy as fast as possible. No matter what you choose, an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, whether you go for 16, 64, or 128GB of storage, and regardless of your carrier choice (be it AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, or T-Mobile), every single one of these phones is currently in stock. Hopefully this situation will last, and it will soon extend to the unlocked models.
As always, if you go the carrier route you need to shell out $199 for a 16GB iPhone 6, and then add $100 more for each capacity bump. The bigger iPhone 6 Plus starts at $299 with 16GB of storage, and it too goes up in $100 increments. In unlocked form the iPhone 6 starts at $649 and goes all the way up to $849, while the iPhone 6 Plus is priced between $749 and $949.
thats because demand is going down
Nice to see Apple can keep up with the demand.
i can not stand by you in that, it may well be that you had a laggy phone, but not android devices are like that i use a HTC desire HD since 2012 and i have never had absolutely none of those problems you listed.....plus that i can share a photo via ...