While most of the furor over the the new iPhone has died down around these parts, Apple has announced that a few new markets will be able to get their proverbial hands on the iPhone 4S very shortly. The 4S is poised to hit 15 new countries by November 11, including major Asian markets like South Korea and Hong Kong.
Outside of Asia, the 4S is slated to hit Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, El Salvador, Greece, Guatemala, Malta, Montenegro, New Zealand, Panama, Poland, Portugal, and Romania.
A very sincere sorry goes out to all you folks in Albania, El Salvador, Guatemala, Malta, Montenegro and Panama — unlike the other countries on the list, you won’t be able to lock in your iPhone 4S pre-order come November 4, so you’re pretty much stuck slugging it out for one at your favorite local iRetailer.
Apple just recently released the iPhone 4S in 22 additional countries, so they seem to be well on their way to executing the “fastest rollout ever” as promised at their launch event. That’s got to be grin-worthy news for Apple’s top brass, but they can’t stop to breathe just yet — they still need to deliver the 4S to around 30 more countries by the end of the year.