If you haven't reserved the iPhone 7 Plus, you may not be able to buy one tomorrow

Earlier this year, Apple released data revealing that the iPhone saw sales decline from the previous year for the first time since the launch of the original iPhone. Things didn't seem to be getting any better with the launch of the iPhone 7a device that shares 90% of the design of the iPhone 6s, but the latest data reveals that we could be wrong and that the new Apple smartphone will sell much better than expected.

Apple declared late yesterday, already at dawn in Europe, that it had All initial stock of iPhone 7 Plus sold out, so none can be purchased in physical stores on the day of its launch, which is tomorrow. What will be in stores will be the 4.7-inch model, but there will also not be one in Glossy Black, the new color launched this year that users loved so much (although it has all the features to be the #door to this ****).

The iPhone 7 could sell better than the iPhone 6

We couldn't be happier with the initial response to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and we're already eager to begin sales in our physical stores and partners around the world.

Starting Friday, there will be limited quantities of iPhone 7 in silver, gold, rose gold and black for customers who come to Apple Stores. During the pre-order period, initial quantities of iPhone 7 Plus in all finishes and iPhone 7 Glossy Black are sold out and will not be available to customers in-store. Availability from partners for all finishes may vary and we recommend checking directly with them.

What they won't say this year is how many iPhone 7s they sold this year during launch weekend. Some analysts say the iPhone 7 it will sell even better than the iPhone 6, smartphone which was until now Apple's sales record. In other words, everything indicates that the iPhone which will officially go on sale tomorrow will beat the sales record reached in 2014.

Analyst also thinks iPhone 7's Touch ID will be touchscreen

If in the end the new record is confirmed and if we take into account that the design has not changed and that they have removed the 3.5mm headphone port, the question is: how far will sales of the iPhone 10th anniversary if they create an all-glass, curved iPhone with an OLED screen?

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