The Apple world has been on fire since the news about the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus was announced, and Apple has been selling the phones on preorders to users over the past weekend. Monday was the day that analysts were looking for, as Apple generally issues guidance for their preorders. On Monday, they stated that the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus preorders went well, and additionally came out with new Apple TV app support as well.
Apple’s statement about the preorders for the new iPhones, came in a statement released to the media on Monday. They stated, “We are on pace to beat last year’s 10 million unit first-weekend record when the new iPhones go on sale Sept. 25.” This is great for Apple and its shareholders, and means that current customers will have to go into the usual backorder status to get their phones. Phones have been in a general 3-4 week back order queue as of Monday, and the various sizes are getting customers to upgrade and trade in their older iPhones for the newer ones as well.
The Apple TV that should arrive soon, is coming with app support, and that is a major upgrade from previous versions. On Monday, Apple stated that the Apple TV will support both the VLC and Plex Apps. VLC is one of the best media players on any device, and it will allow users to play almost any audio or video format. The Plex app is more of a media streaming network app, and lets users organize their audio and video files. These can be viewed across networks or local devices. Both of these apps should generate a lot of support for the Apple TV, and get sales going briskly for the Apple TV.