I never knew there were stores where you could not just walk into it and buy products.I think my Apple store in Vancouver, Canada allows walk-ins, but while the 6s/6s plus is still new, all stores and carrier stores are out of stock. Especially if you're committed to a specific colour and capacity, then it'll be even harder to find that particular one.
If you want an older model like 5s, 6, or 6plus, I'm sure they have plenty of stock.
Best to call the store and see if they allow walk-ins.
Pasted from a Macrumors article: "iPhone is available by reservation only in China, Hong Kong, Japan and US stores in tax-free states. The four U.S. states with Apple retail stores that are affected by this policy include Oregon, Delaware, New Hampshire, and Alaska."
This is a new thing that Apple Stores are doing. It's probably a good idea. In the past, you'd have to keep checking your local store for phones. Now it's simple...get an appointment, get a phone. No appointment, no phone for you.I never knew there were stores where you could not just walk into it and buy products.
it would be a long trip for me... i think the nearest apple store is in sweden , stockholm.So just curious. I see all the threads about ordering from all the carrier stores like Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile or from Apple.com and BestBuy.com.
But is anyone still just walking into an Apple store and getting an iPhone?
It's not just you, it's way more in demand. And there are no threads mocking the "large" size like there was last year. Instead there are threads mocking the Rose Gold.
Well, I think its also that the demand is higher. A lot of people that thought it was too big when the 6 came out, now having the 6 for a year, are probably looking at it is an incremental step up. I kind of did that in a way. I would never have considered a Plus, and thought the 6 was even too big. I spent 6 months on a detour with a Galaxy s5, and came back and got a 6s Plus.It was the same thing last year. They do not make as many 6s+ as they do 6s, and they seem to always under estimate the demand for the plus.