It seems that some of the iPhone X deliveries have been re-scheduled for the iPhone X launch day of Nov. 3, for some customers.
Apple seems to be improving its overall service, especially in the iPhone deliveries. If you are one of those who pre-ordered the iPhone X as soon as the pre-orders went live, you may receive the privilege of having your lovely iPhone X delivered on Nov. 3, which is the iPhone X official launch date. Here’s what this is all about.
Some of you may already know, that according to data which is collected by the analysts, customers who managed to pre-order their iPhone X within the first four minutes of the pre-orders going live, were estimated to receive their iPhone X when it launches officially on Nov. 3. Those who didn’t, unfortunately, missed getting it on the launch date and will have to wait a little more.
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However, many customers have reported that they made their pre-order a few minutes after the original four minutes that the pre-orders started, and saw a notification saying that they will receive their iPhone X model between Nov. 10 and Nov. 17. So, many customers were thrilled to find out, after supposedly checking their order status, that their iPhone X deliveries were automatically changed to Nov. 3.
Information regarding the iPhone X deliveries moved to Nov. 3 have flooded the forums and social media networks, after the lucky customers expressed their joy about possibly receiving the iPhone X earlier than expected. It seems Apple has stepped up its game and improved its delivery system, at least in the U.S.
Still, the tech giant hasn’t confirmed any of these statements about the service improvements, and the moved up iPhone X delivery dates. That being said, it is still possible that customers who got more than a week or two-week delivery estimates are also eligible for receiving the iPhone X on Nov. 3. That’s why you should go to Apple’s site (or the site of your carrier, where you pre-ordered the iPhone X) and check the order status.
Since the iPhone X pre-orders started on Oct. 27, according to a statement Apple released, “customer demand is off the charts” for the company’s newest flagship smartphone.
If you haven’t pre-ordered the iPhone X yet, you can still try your luck on Nov. 3, and check out the smartphone in the store, although Apple said that the number of units for sale on the street is limited.
Has Apple moved up the iPhone X delivery date for you too? Leave a comment!