The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus aren’t even officially official but one major carrier is already letting you reserve yours. The move isn’t exactly surprising, as all mobile operators who stock Apple’s smartphone try to make the most of the iPhone, particularly the latest model. We’ve already seen T-Mobile promising current iPhone 6 buyers a seamless iPhone 6s upgrade this fall, and T-Mobile’s parent company has an iPhone 6s play of its own.

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Deutsche Telekom has launched an online reservation system for iPhone 6s buyers, Apfelpage.de has discovered, and it promises customers preferred delivery of future smartphone models as long as they sign up with valid information. The reservation system is somewhat of an early iPhone 6s preorder process though customers don’t have to pay anything to get in. Before you ask, the reservation system is likely only valid in Germany.

The German carrier doesn’t specifically mention Apple’s next iPhones by name and applies to any other future smartphone, but MacRumors points out this program isn’t exactly a coincidence. Deutsche Telekom had similar programs in place in the past, launching them weeks before Apple announced news iPhones.

More details about Deutsche Telekom’s promotion are available at the source link.

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