Apple has launched the new iPhones for this year and they are selling like hot cakes. With the launch of the new iPhones every year, Apple comes up with some or the other twist. These sometimes may work in favour or sometimes completely otherwise. This time, we have some new reports claiming something similar. It looks like the company has now reformed its policy in countries like Hong Kong and China. And people over there, are not going to be happy with this change.
According to this new policy, Apple will no longer be allowing customers to return or exchange their Apple or Beats products. This change in policy is a complete bummer indeed. Well, it is reported that this might be a temporary change until the iPhone 7 rush dies. But all these are just speculations, so this might as well be a permanent policy which will be followed by the company in these regions. Currently, the company is struggling to meet the demands across the globe people are not really happy about it. Yes, it is quite difficult to get your hands on one of these new iPhones as of now with all these demands.
It is reported that some shopkeepers have offered to pay HK$20,000 for the 256GB jet black iPhone 7 Plus. This variant usually retails for about HK$8,288 only. So when it finally lands into customer’s hands, it might be way more than that. And this is certainly not the first time. Previously we have seen similar encounters as well, where people are going crazy, trying to get their hands on one of these products. As far as India is concerned, these devices are yet to be officially available as the dates given by the company is October 7th. So if you are in the market for one, then that’s the date to mark.
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