Apple Now Accepting iPhone 6s In-Store Reservations in Second Wave Launch Countries

Apple is now accepting iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus in-store reservations through its Reserve and Pickup program in six European countries where the smartphones are set to launch this Friday, October 9, including Belgium, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the Netherlands.

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iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus reservations on Apple Online Store in Switzerland

European customers can select an iPhone model, color and storage size and make a reservation at a local Apple Store for in-store pickup on October 9. Most iPhone 6s models remain available for in-store reservation in all six countries, but iPhone 6s Plus models are very limited at most locations.

When you arrive at the Apple Store during your 30-minute check-in window, most locations should have a special line for customers with reservations. Only the person named on the reservation can pick up the iPhone -- bring a government-issued photo ID. Reservations are limited to 2 per customer.

The new iPhones launch in 40 more countries on October 9: Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Greenland, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Maldives, Mexico, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Taiwan.

Apple plans to launch the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus in over 130 countries by yearend.

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Top Rated Comments

Max(IT) Avatar
110 months ago
Price is outrageous.
A loyal Apple customer.
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pelles Avatar
110 months ago
There’s a small typing error in the Swedish link. It should be /SE/ not /se/ after reserve.cdn-apple.com

https://reserve.cdn-apple.com/SE/sv_SE/reserve/iPhone/availability?channel=1&returnURL=https://www.apple.com/se/iphone/
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beanbaguk Avatar
110 months ago
So pissed off! Apple are now charging more in Europe than the UK, thanks to the exchange!
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Max(IT) Avatar
110 months ago
And yet millions don't mind. Is that amazing or what?
Yep.... But it's sad nevertheless.
My first iPhone was 599€, then 629€ then 729€, last year I paid 839€ and now they are asking me 889€ ....
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SaxPlayer Avatar
110 months ago
I'm very happy for these countries, but would be much happier with my selfish hat on if Apple looked like they might despatch the 6s Plus I ordered here in the UK on 13 September. I know, I know, have patience!
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Crossing Squirrel Avatar
110 months ago
So pissed off! Apple are now charging more in Europe than the UK, thanks to the exchange!
And even more in Italy thanks to some shady deal with phone providers plus our "we-known-you-will-pirate-music-so-we-will-charge-you-in-advance-even-if-you-aren't-actually-pirating-anything-because-we-want-more-money-from-you" tax on storage memory.

And if things go on like this we will get a new shiny Digital Tax so I don't want to start thinking how much more Apple will charge us o_O
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