It looks like Apple is all set to expand the availability of its new iPhones to eight new countries on 14th November. While the company is yet to make any official announcement, local carriers in various regions around the world have already announced their plans on releasing the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on 14th November.
These eight new markets comprises of Brazil, Philippines, Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, Guatemala, Lebanon, Kenya and Nigeria. At the iPhone launch event in September, Apple had stated that this will be the fastest launch of the iPhone ever and it will be available in more than 115 countries by the end of this year.
Apple had initially launched the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in the U.S, U.K, Australia, France, Canada and other countries on September 17th. This was followed by a wider launch in 20 new countries including Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, New Zealand and Russia on September 26th. In October, the new iPhones made their way to China, India and 34 other countries across the globe.
With Apple launching the new iPhones in eight new countries on November 14th, it is very well on track to launch the handsets in 115 markets across the globe by the end of this year.[Via 9to5Mac]