Mahesh Chotrani, assistant vice president of Jacky’s Electronics agreed on it and alleged that “The ‘Bendgate’ problem has not cause any alarm with consumers and we can observe that people are tranquil buying the phone. We received an excellent response on the sales of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus at Gitex Shopper and they had sold out all since we started them offering on the second day. We are currently getting official stocks yet again in the approaching days,”
The 4.7-inch display iPhone 6 and the bigger 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus are slimmer than their predecessors and contain features and specs such as an Touch ID, A8 chip, a new 8MP iSight camera having Focus Pixels, faster LTE wireless and iOS 8 traits HealthKit and HomeKit. On the representative Apple’s website, the iPhone 6 is priced starting from Dhs 2,599 for a 16GB Phone, Dhs 2,999 for 64GB and Dhs 3,399 for a 128GB handset. The iPhone 6 Plus is priced Dhs 2, 999 for a 16GB, Dhs 3,399 for 64GB and Dhs 3,799 for 128GB. Whereas ‘Bendgate’ might not frighten buyers from buying the iPhone 6 Plus, Popal presaged that latest disquiet were emerging. “What can influence sales is news from some customer that I have took notice of tetchy that the new phones don’t have the similar “premium” and “luxurious” product feel same as its predecessors did,” she explained.
“Now this, if felt by the most of its users, could boast a major impact on sales, as this is what discriminated Apple phones the most. And with the great number of high-end luxury product choices that customers have nowadays, it would be an awful time to lose that edge,” she added.