Yes, we have read about unlocked iPhone 5 units being made available online sometime at the end of last month, in addition to an official word from Cupertino themselves that the iPhone 5 will ship to many more countries – 50 in total, later. I guess folks who do not have a hard time dealing with this thing called “impatience” would be pleased to hear that, and will keep their fingers crossed that shipping times for the iPhone 5, when made available in their respective countries, would not be pushed back too far.
Well, apparently for folks living in the Asia Pacific region, it is said that your order for an iPhone 5 has been pushed back already, and there is a pretty high chance of you receiving it within a week’s time. 9to5Mac claims that Apple has managed to reduce iPhone 5 shipment times in Australia, New Zealand and some other Asian countries by 50% – which is just two to four days. Perhaps the iPhone 5’s supply has finally started to catch up with demand. What do you think?
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