Apple’s new iPhone X officially went up for pre-order last night. And as expected, shipping times began to slip pretty quickly with now the estimates delivery date currently sit at 5 to 6 weeks, but for those who got their order in early and have a 1-2 week delivery, Apple is working on to improves delivery date to November 3.

As noted by several Reddit users and MacRumors readers, some iPhone X pre-order customers who had delivery estimates between November 10th and November 17th have seen their estimated delivery date improve to November 3rd. This is also good news for customers who have much longer wait times, suggests Apple is working rapidly to get orders out.


T-Mobile customers are the ones primarily seeing their shipping times improve. The more iPhone X units Apple is able to get out the door means the company is ramping up its supply faster than it initially estimated. Apple is usually rather conservative with delivery windows, and this is yet another sign of that.

Apple said in a statement earlier yesterday that iPhone X demand is “off the charts.” The handset first went up for pre-order at 12:01 am in Oct 27, with all models shipping by November 3rd. That quickly changed, however, and within minutes, estimates had fallen all the way to 4 to 5 weeks. At present, the shipping window is 5 to 6 weeks for customers who plan to pre-order an iPhone X right now.

Apple has also confirmed it will have some iPhone X stocks in its retail stores on launch day, so for customers who don’t want to wait for weeks to get one of the new devices, lining up is an option. Although Supplies are limited, but we recommend you it will be best to go as early as possible, likely even the night before.

Via MacRumors And 9to5Mac

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