Apple’s iPhone 4 from Verizon has finally hit American stores on February 10. The much-hyped Verizon iPhone had attracted only few customers on the very first day of sales. More than the iPhone release, the empty streets and stores hit headlines.
Apple’s stores in New York and San Francisco reportedly saw less than fifty customers standing in queue.
Despite its overwhelming pre-orders, only few customers were noticed at stores on Thursday. Verizon recently opened pre-orders for iPhone 4 in the US. The company saw overwhelming pre-orders for the device and in just few days the company had stopped taking orders as it ran out of stock.
The smartphone was offered only for the already existing customers and is soon aiming to release it for others as well. The iPhone 4 sales from Verizon officially began from February 10.
Apple, for the first time, had given the rights to sell its iPhone 4 to the telecom carrier Verizon. Earlier, AT&T was enjoying the sole rights of selling iPhones.