Apple is due to release the iPhone X tomorrow. Despite reports of the handset being in short supply at launch, Apple did say recently that its retail locations will have the new handset in stock. It didn’t say the quantity that the stores are going to have so if you want to pick one up tomorrow, best turn up bright and early outside a store. On the other hand, many pre-order customers are now seeing their iPhone X delivery estimates improve.


According to reports, iPhone X delivery estimates that previously scheduled shipments at the end of November have either been shipped to customers already or happen to be in the final stages of the process before being sent out to customers.

iPhone X pre-orders were sold out quickly when they went live late last month. That was to be expected, given that there’s a lot of demand for Apple’s new flagship smartphone.

Several customers who pre-ordered the handset and were given shipment estimates of November 17th through November 24th are now reporting that they’ve received notifications from Apple confirming that their units have shipped and will arrive within a couple of days.

With delivery estimates improving, it seems that initial concerns about the iPhone X being very difficult to acquire at launch were overblown. The iPhone X is going to be released in a handful of markets across the globe tomorrow.

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