Consumers in Kenya order more iPhones than Apple can provide
Apple is gaining popularity in Kenya faster than the company expected. According to reports, the company is unable to keep up with the current consumer demand for the iPhone devices. Judging by the figures from resellers as well mobile operators, the demand for the newest iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is more than they can provide and probably spilling over.
According to the reports, about 1000 units were ordered but only 700 arrived, which accounts to only 70 percent of the order.
Michelle Abuya, who is the Business Development Manager at Salute iWorld: said “Authorised Apple resellers only got 7 percent of what the country ordered.”
We hope Apple will wake up to this and start putting Kenya as other first priority countries.