Just a few minutes ago we told you that possibly the first iPhone X to be reserved will be in the hands of its buyers next week, that is, a date very close to its launch on November 3rd. It seems that the signs of this are starting to make sense as the first shipment of iPhone X is getting ready to leave for shipment in Europe.
The sales on the iPhone X reservation have been a success, Apple saw this coming from far away so they left the online store out of service for a long period that lasted hours so they could have everything ready at the moment of truth. The number of units ordered even exceeds the expectations that Cupertino’s own company had, this can be seen as both good news and bad news since the income is at its maximum, but Apple is not able to cope with the production at the moment, although they have said that it will improve for November.
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This has become known because European customers who could be among the first to book the iPhone X this morning, in the order status they see that is ready to leave the warehouse , something very similar that we see when buying any type of product online. Strangely enough, the first terminals are expected to reach their customers in New Zealand and Australia, which means that the first smartphone unboxing videos will be from people in these countries.
Anyway, if you haven’t been one of the first to book an iPhone X and want to get one soon, get ready to queue up on November 3rd at the Apple Store as the apple has said that there will be stock in retail stores, but that this one will obviously be limited.
Font : MacRumors