Apple today updated several of its international websites with iPhone 7 and 7 Plus launch dates, announcing the expansion of the new devices to Egypt, Colombia, Cameroon, Kenya, Botswana, Moldova, and Mozambique.

Apple previously updated its websites in Israel, South Korea, Thailand, Morocco, Madagascar, Uganda, Senegal, and Mauritius, other countries that will see late October launches. Launch dates are as follows:

October 20:

October 21:
South Korea

October 28:

iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus launched in the United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and other first wave countries on September 16, followed by more than 30 additional countries on September 23 and another 9 in early October, including India, Macao, Macedonia, Malaysia, Montenegro, South Africa, Turkey, Jordan, and Oman.

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sbuttler77 Avatar
98 months ago
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Gooberton Avatar
98 months ago
Good luck you won't get see any before 2017. As a Note 7 owner they could have won me back as customer but I'm not gonna wait 8 weeks for the goddamn phone to ship. My Pixel's arriving next week.
Your enormous loss lol
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jtuk Avatar
98 months ago
It is ridiculous - they can't supply the existing orders and now they start in even more locations? They have lost the plot if they think customers are happy to wait over two months for a phone (which is the current state with UK networks).
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vatter69 Avatar
98 months ago
Still cant buy 7plus anywhere in Germany. itself is between 3 and 5 weeks delivery. I really miss the old Apple where someone would put some thought into releases.

Wonder what comes first - iPhone7 plus or new Macs bases on last years Intel CPU.
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gigapocket1 Avatar
98 months ago
I really don't understand why 7 pluses are still hard to find.
What happened to that report that said every Apple Store will have every configuration and color in stock on October 6th??
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