Friday, October 17, 2014

iPhone 6 News: Apple Paid $1 Million to De Anza College

To hold its most recent iPhone 6 release event, Apple for the first time since iMac 1998 introduction chose De Anza College campus for its media conference. Reportedly, the Cupertino-based tech company paid $1 million to the College for the privilege to organize the meeting at the Flint Center.

Apple event 2014 price is probably the largest sum the company spends on its media event and introduction of the new-generation smartphone along with Apple Watch product. The College got money for around-the-clock security and campus disruption caused by the Cupertino giant.


The event was visited by a lot of people so there were over 35 officers who provided the security.
iPhone 6 buy USA is now the most popular search among users who wish to purchase this new-gen smartphone directly in the U.S. Apple also brings the two smartphone models, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, to different countries across the world.

The first weekend since the official introduction and release of the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iOS 8 smartphones brought the company over $10 million thus the expensive rental of college campus has been paid off.

Have you already got the 7th gen iPhone? Do you wish to get it as a Christmas gift from your family?

October 16th is another big event for Apple as the company introduces its new iPad and other products which can also become top Christmas wishes for a lot of Americans in 2014.

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