Despite reports out of the far east this morning that China Unicom has seen 100,000 iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S reservations in China since preorders commenced in time for the weekend, no news at home is definitely bad news for Apple on Wall Street.
As MMi readers are well aware, Apple has a penchant for parading out reservation stats after a new mobile device becomes available for preorder. But as of early afternoon Monday, Apple is yet to tout any impressive details.
For the first time since the 2009 introduction of the iPhone 3GS, Apple appears to be keeping quiet on just how many devices it presold in the first 24 hours. In the past, the company has published the first-day figures in an early-morning press release on the Monday following the Friday start of sales.
Of course, Apple could still make an announcement today, but it is unlikely.