Here’s a story that may leave you scratching your head. In one of the strangest publicity stunts in recent memory, Chinese carrier Unicom is offering iPhone 6 Plus customers pocket enlargements. Yes, pocket enlargements, according to Ubergizmo.
According to the report:
It is offering in-house pocket enlargement to customers who pick up Apple’s largest iPhone ever. China Unicom has actually hired a group of tailors to provide this service at many of its stores across the country.
This isn’t the only carrier offering something like this. In the Netherlands, KPN is providing a similar pocket enlargement service.
Maybe Apple should consider its own custom tailoring service (the iPocket?) to help offset declining iPad sales. What do you think?
See also: Demand for iPhone 6 Plus in China prompting Apple to shift production away from iPhone 6, Stale, sad ‘Gluteus Maximus’ is Samsung’s latest attempt at bringing down Apple, and Release of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus led to record accessory sales.