iphone6shippingestimatesIt is no secret that trying to get your hands on the iPhone 6 or 6 Plus can be a difficult job, unless of course you don’t mind waiting anywhere between 2 weeks to a month before you are able to receive your purchase in the mail. Well the good news is that it looks like Apple has finally managed to get their supply sorted out; either that or the initial demand has started to wane and now more units are available.

According to a recent sighting on Apple’s website, it has been noticed that the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus has had their shipping time improve to 3-5 days. This applies to both the iPhone 6 and the more popular iPhone 6 Plus, save for the 128GB model which is still facing a bit of delay at around 7-10 working days.

This is a marked improvement from a few weeks ago where the iPhone 6 Plus had its estimated shipping time set around 7-10 days, so for it to be nearly halved is great news, especially for those who were thinking about buying the new iPhones as a Christmas present for their friends/family members.

There have also been rumors that the reason why the iPad Pro failed to debut this year as intended was because the Cupertino company had decided to focus on the iPhone 6 Plus’ production instead. In any case if you wanted the new iPhone in time for the holidays, pop on over to Apple’s website for the details.

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