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RTE store owner, Michael O’Donnell, said he had received an order for an iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c from the Dublin RTE.
He was also in the process of making a couple of other items.
“We got an order from a customer for an iPod Nano and the iPad Mini 2, and that was a bit of a bit extra to get through the queue, but we’re just getting through the normal routine,” he said.
“It’s the only one that’s going to be delivered and then the rest of the stuff will come through as well.”
RTE was also looking for a third party for an Apple Watch.
“They were pretty tight-lipped on exactly what it was, and the other stuff is a bit more interesting,” he added.
Mr O’Donnell said he knew of other customers who had purchased iPhones from a different RTE in the past, but they had been disappointed by the price and availability of the Apple Watch and iPhone.
He said he expected Apple to launch the iPhone in Ireland in the next couple of weeks.
“The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are very exciting, and we’re not sure when the iPhone 7 is going to come,” he explained.
“Apple is going into the market with a really high demand for the iPhone, so it’s really important for us to get a lot of customers to buy it, and it’s very important for our customers to get that product.”
Apple Watch sales fell slightly last month to about 5.4 million units, according to research firm IDC.
Apple also announced that it would not be providing any additional support to customers on the iPhone.