Within just minutes of going up for pre-order, Apple’s high-end iPhone X flagship completely sold-out, pushing worldwide shipping estimates for every color model and storage capacity up to six weeks into the future.
Since then multiple reports have surfaced suggesting that Apple has seriously ramped up iPhone X production — even going so far as to cut back production of its statistically less-popular, but nevertheless powerful, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus.
Accordingly, as of Wednesday morning at 11:59 am, iPhone X shipping estimates have improved to just two to three weeks in the various European countries including U.K., Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, the Netherlands; as well as various markets in the Asia and Pacific region, which includes Japan, China, Australia and New Zealand, among others.
Likewise, as you can see in the screenshot above, shipping estimates have improved to just two to three weeks in the U.S., as well, with some Apple Stores even reporting limited stock of the device. For those who’d like to check with their local Apple Store regarding inventory, you can use the company’s online store l0cator tool to verify availability, find store hours and location information, and more.
With the holiday season looming just over the horizon, the news of improved iPhone X shipping estimates is certain to be well-received. As such, customers who order one of swanky new flagships now, whether for themselves or for a very lucky family member, are certain to receive it in time for Christmas.
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