Popup notifications, in Android, for the detente between the two countries.
"We just want to see more free stuff. You know, we started this thing with free Basic Phone, and we want to do that with a lot more stuff. And that's really what I'm looking for."
The official auction of the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6S and 6S Plus on iTunes started yesterday, making it the first time a mass-market smartphone has come out with the latest version of the Apple iOS operating system.
"I wanted the best iPhone available," said Tim Cook, Apple's chief executive, when asked what it would be like to bring a phone to a country that hasn't had one yet.
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Why should iPhone 6 sell
Early reports indicate that many customers are waiting for the iPhone to be released in international markets. The iPhone 6 Plus and 6 model are the first products Apple has released to compete with Samsung's Galaxy Note 3, the latest and most powerful smartphone available in the world.
Apple has several competitors, including Samsung's Samsung GALAXY S III running Google Android, the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Notes, and Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon running Windows 8.2.
Even if Apple releases the iPhone in the US, many households in other countries will have never heard of the phone. Proponents say it will showcase the brand in the international market and will make Apple more competitive in the market and among the highest-end consumer electronics companies, like LG Electronics and Samsung.