Apple set to release its flagship phones (iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus) in at least 115 countries by the end of 2014

Technology titan Apple Inc will attempt to ride on the crest of the momentum its flagship phones (iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus) have gathered for the past several weeks by penetrating more than 115 countries and territories in Asia, Europe, Latin America and Africa from October 2014 and on wards.

The touted iPhones will make its presence felt densely populated China and India, two of the world’s smartphone markets in the world beginning on October 17 this year.

According to Apple, the iPhones are also set to land in countries such as Israel, Czech Republic, Poland, South Africa, Bahrain and Kuwait and Denmark territory Greenland.  This series of iPhones launchings in various countries and territories is cinched to be fastest and largest in the company’s history.

The company is targeting to release its iPhones in over 115 countries and territories to expand further its empire en route to robust sale in the coming months.

Reuters had confirmed ahead of time of the iPhone 6 release in the emerging market China on October 17, after surviving the tedious inspection meted out by the Chinese government. Apple Inc. made an assurance that their smartphones are free from security “backdoors” by making sure that the user’s data will not be accessed by US agencies.



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