iPhone X is undoubtedly the most anticipated smartphone on the market. Apple’s latest flagship phone will hit stores in more than 50 countries on November 3, meaning that we are so close to the launch day. Pre-orders for the iPhone X went live on October 27 and Apple reported strong demand for the phone.
According to sources, Apple sold out its initial stock of iPhone X, meaning that if you don’t pre-order the phone, you may need to wait a little longer (5-6 weeks) to grab the phone. Last week, Apple announced that iPhone X would be available for walk-in customers on launch day, but it seems that things have changed.
Sources today claim that iPhone X won’t have iPhone X models in stock at retail stores for walk-in customers in France and Belgium. It remains unclear why Apple won’t be offering iPhone X models for walk-in customers, but tech experts say that the reason for this is that local authorities won’t discourage people from gathering in tourist locations due to terrorist attack threats.
Some recent reports claim that Apple has begun shipping the first iPhone X orders to customers in the US ahead of the official launch. Some big carriers in the US are sending shipping notifications to those who placed their orders. Customers in France and Belgium need to pre-order the phone to pick up the phone on launch day.
Sources say that the re-stock of iPhone X won’t arrive until December, mainly due to manufacturing issues. Apple is trying to ship out iPhone X models as fast as possible in an attempt to meet strong demand for the phone.
iPhone X will be available on November 3. A lot of users have begun standing in line in front of Apple’s retail stores worldwide in an attempt to be the first to lay their hands on iPhone X.
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