Switch from 6 to 6 plus at store pickup

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by sidhom831, Sep 14, 2014.

  1. sidhom831 macrumors newbie

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    Not sure if this was obvious or if it would help, but I contacted the Apple store about my in-store pickup for the 64gb space grey iphone 6 and they said if I changed my mind I would be able to switch to the iphone 6 plus without having to wait in the non pre-order line if they had still had them in stock. Just thought I'd let anyone know in case they preordered the 6 but still wanted to make their decision when you can finally hold both in your hands and potentially decide on which device without having to wait a month (for 6 plus)!
     
  2. stu.h macrumors 65816

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    They won't have any stock.

    Give it a week and they will have gazillions :D
     
  3. Taco1933 macrumors 6502

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    If they have them in stock is probably the key phrase there.
     
  4. Paul S macrumors regular

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    Wonder how many people will now think the Plus isn't "too big" anymore?
     
  5. sfwalter macrumors 68000

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    I was at the Willowbend Apple Store in Plano Texas yesterday and they had carboard cut outs of the 6 and 6 plus. I really surprised they did something like that at the Apple store.
     
  6. sidhom831 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    This is my first time doing a store pickup so correct me if I'm wrong, but wouldn't the store pickup line be much quicker and shorter than the non- preorder line? So, if you get there early enough, you're essentially cutting that entire line?
     
  7. titans1127 macrumors 6502a

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    I did the store pickup for the 5S about 4 days after launch last year. I showed up after work about a half hour before closing and there was a good 20-25 people on line I would say. Took about a half hour before I was seen and I was done in a few minutes. Picked out a case and got rang up. Person helping me didn't open the box or anything. Depending on where you live the line could be pretty long depending on how many people were able to get a reserve completed. The line will definitely be shorter than those who didn't preorder but I don't think it's gonna be a quick process.
     
  8. Kermy macrumors member

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  9. Taco1933 macrumors 6502

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    The only time I've ever done it, I didn't go pick mine up til after 5pm. The only stock they had at that point was other reserved phones. If you're going to be there right when they open anyway, why bother with the preorder?
     

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