Apples Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) Plans iPhone 5S and 5C to cover 100 countries


Apples Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) plans to launch its latest iPhone 5S and 5C, across thirty-five countries worldwide on October 25th. These 35 will countries like include Russia, Italy and Spain. The second round on November 1st will include 16 more countries, such as Malaysia, Bahrain, Albania, Guam, Colombia, Guatemala, United Arab Emirates, Macedonia, India, Moldova, Saudi Arabia, Armenia, Turkey El Salvador, Mexico and Montenegro.

The October 25th launch will also include the following countries;
Austria, Bulgaria, Macau, Denmark, Czech Republic, Thailand, Estonia, French West Indies, Finland, Greece, Netherlands, Taiwan, Hungary, Latvia , Ireland, Liechtenstein, Croatia, Luxembourg, Lithuania, Belgium, Malta, Norway, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, South Korea, Reunion Island, Slovakia, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland and Slovenia.

After the round 2 of the launch, over 60 countries will offer new iPhone models to their mobile users. This will allow Apple to reach its hundred countries target by the end of the year.

The latest iPhone 5c features most of the technologies that were present in its last predecessor. The model was first launched in Australia, Canada, China and USA on September 20th, 2013. With this launch, Apple now holds the record for selling 9 million mobile sets within the first 3 days of its launch. The company claims that the revenue generated in September will surpass the estimated figure.

Stock market on Tuesday showed that Apple shares went up by 14% in the past 3 months. Its shares recently valued at $484.65 in the pre-market trading, which indicates a rise by 3.7%.