Despite all the malleability that the iPhone 6 Plus has shown in the pockets of owners, the show must go on as the fat lady is still far away from the stage. I am referring to the continued rollout of the iPhone 6 as well as its larger sized sibling, the iPhone 6 Plus, in another 22 more markets.
While both handsets were launched on an official basis earlier this year on September 19, there were only 10 markets which were on the receiving end of those handsets. It is hence a happy day for another 22 more countries as the second wave of the iPhone 6 continues to roll out, with New Zealand being one of the first among the new markets to be on the receiving end of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. It is said that even after conversion, the iPhones sold there will be more expensive compared to those in the US, as an unlocked iPhone 6 will begin at 999 NZD (about $792), while the iPhone 6 Plus is going for 1,149 NZD ($911).
As for the remaining 21 markets, they happen to be Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, and United Arab Emirates.
Folks living in countries where the iPhone 6 has yet to arrive will just have to play the patience card.