Yet somehow the price is not playing a deterrent as people are still purchasing the latest gizmo that has another hitch for the people in India. The phone requires a nano sim that no mobile service provider provides in India. However seeing the rush in the market several service providers have placed orders for the nano sim that is compatible with the new phone.
Apple sold 5 million phones on the first weekend itself worldwide and Indian market too would not be a disappointment. The official launch date of Apple iPhone 5 in India is yet to be announced by the California-based company but according to Firstpost sources, it will be released near Diwali when people would be in a buying mood. For those, who cannot wait for so long they already know the places to visit in Delhi and Mumbai.
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