If you’ve been eagerly waiting for the iPhone 6 to go on sale in your country, you may be in luck. While Apple has not yet made an official announcement of the next phase in its rollout of the iPhone 6/Plus, we’ve so far spotted that the new phones are scheduled to go on sale in at least ten (and counting) new countries on November 14th. Local carriers have so far announced the November 14th availability of the new iPhones in: Brazil, Philippines, Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, Uruguay, Guatemala, Lebanon, Kenya and Nigeria, with Malaysia also looking set to see the phones around the same time …
The iPhone 6/Plus was first launched in September in the U.S., U.K., France, Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia and Japan, where it achieved record-breaking sales in the opening weekend. A second wave of more than 20 countries followed later the same month, with 36 further countries added in October.
Apple has stated that this year will be the fastest iPhone rollout ever, with the new phones on sale in more than 115 countries by the end of the year. November 14th is coincidentally the same date Sprint’s new iPhone for Life plan, which allows customers to upgrade every year, hits the USA.
Update: A blogger who has previously been reliable on launch dates has claimed that Pakistan will be getting the iPhone 6 by the end of the year as well.