Usually when Apple announces a new iPhone, more often than not if you were a bit slow on the draw when pre-orders go live, it would be pretty hard for you to get your hands on the device unless you don’t mind waiting a couple of weeks or trying your luck at one of the Apple retail outlets instead.
Now previously we had reported that the iPhone 6 Plus’ pre-order shipping estimates had slipped to 3-4 weeks, but if you had your eye on the iPhone 6, you might be interested to learn that you could end up waiting as well. This is according to the iPhone 6’s pre-order page in which the 4.7-inch model seems to have an estimated shipping time of 7-10 days.
This is obviously much shorter compared to the iPhone 6 Plus, but we guess there’s still a bit of waiting that would-be iPhone 6 customers would have to do. If you’re still on the fence regarding which iPhone to get, you probably want to make up your mind fast because there is a good chance that waiting could see the shipping estimates slip further, especially if they’re truly selling at record-breaking speeds.
In any case we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled and hopefully Apple will be able to keep up with the demand, but in the meantime be prepared to wait if you were thinking about getting either model, for now.
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