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iPhone 6s Pink Variants Dominate Initial Sales, Android Scrambling To Catch Up

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The new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus from Apple will be releasing in stores worldwide on Friday, expecting what could be a new record weekend of sales as fans and customers flock to every Apple store to purchase the latest iPhone in a surprising color pink for the first time, according to Reuters.

Anxious buyers of the flagship smartphone crowd to Apple stores from Sydney to New York and San Francisco, getting ready to experience the new and improved feature of the device that includes the ?3D Touch? in which you can use the different functions depending on how a user presses, shared by Reuters.

?It?s very intuitive. I?m really excited to see what developers do with it,? Leah Bentley, a 22-year-old software developer from Emeryville, California told Reuters in Apple?s San Francisco store after finally receiving the device. And for all the astonishing features of the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, customers that Reuters was able to interview were mostly fanatic about the new color shade that Apple introduced which is the ?rose gold.?

Basically sparkling pink, the ?rose gold? finish of the flagship smartphone was purchased ?more than a third of earl in-store sales,? according to FBR Capital Markets analyst Daniel Ives, shared by Reuters. ?I have emailed not only Steve Jobs but Tim Cook,? Jo Engo, a 37-year-old pink-haired software developer, shared to Reuters. ?I?m so excited they?re finally doing it.?

Another customer, who was a robot named Lucy (controlled by marketing executive Lucy Kelly, was the first in line to pick-up the new iPhone 6S in Sydney, ?I obviously have my work and other things to attend to and can?t spend two days lining up so my boss at work suggested I take one of the robots down and use it to stand in my place,? she told Reuters ?via an iPad mounted on top of the wheeled robot.

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