According to reports, it appears that the shipping estimates for the iPhone X have improved greatly to 1-2 weeks at this time of writing. This is a huge improvement from a little over a week ago where the estimates were at 2-3 weeks, which even then was a pretty good improvement from before where Apple’s website listed 5-6 weeks.
It is unclear how come shipping estimates have improved so much. Some reports have claimed that it is because Apple has finally managed to get a handle of production of the TrueDepth camera system which was reportedly one of the bottlenecks in the manufacturing process. Alternatively it could be that demand for the iPhone X is less than expected.
However a recent report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that demand for the iPhone X has not peaked yet, but we guess we’ll have to wait for Apple’s next financial report to get a better idea of how the company’s new iPhones have contributed to Apple’s revenues.