It looks like Apple has another hit on its hands. On Monday, the company said that it sold four million of its new iPhones in the first 24 hours of pre-orders, starting on Friday morning. Two years ago, Apple sold about two million iPhone 5's in the first day of pre-orders, and five million in the first weekend.
"Assuming preorders are similar to the 40 percent of first weekend sales for the iPhone 5, this would imply iPhone 6/6 Plus first weekend sales could be around 10 million," predict Wells Fargo Securities analysts. The iPhone 6 Plus has sold out entirely, with a month's wait for delivery if you order now. Americans who didn't pre-order should be able pick up the iPhone 6 in stores starting Friday.