The Apple Store website is back to give people the chance to buy the iPhone 13 after an outage.
As usual, the online store went offline before the event, apparently to allow Apple to prepare for a potential influx of new orders.
It took a little longer than usual to come back. Pre-orders were supposed to open at 5 a.m. local Pacific time – but the website didn’t return until about 10 minutes after that.
Once it was back online, however, the store was operating as usual, offering people four different types of iPhone 13 – Normal, Mini, Pro and Pro Max – at prices from £679 to £1,549. Was.
Some users complained that the app version of the Store was not working properly, with error messages and commands that failed to complete. The web version found on Apple’s website was largely functioning normally.
The earliest pre-orders of their phones will be scheduled to be received a week from today, on September 24th, when the new iPhones hit shelves.
The commencement of pre-orders means not only that the phone is available through the Apple Store but also through the phone network. Granthshala Offering live coverage of deals as they go live.
Apple introduced the new iPhone at an event on Tuesday. It said it has dramatically improved their cameras, extended battery life, as well as added new features to both the Pro and Normal versions of the phones.
It also showed off the new Apple Watch Series 7, which usually arrives on the same schedule as the iPhone. This year, though – possibly as a result of production problems – that won’t be released until a specific date later in the autumn.
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