Apple’s iPhone X demand is still outstripping supply, and it may be a while until Apple can’t fully catch up. But it sure looks like you’re going to get your iPhone X in time for Christmas after all, without having to overpay for the smartphone, which already costs more than $1,000. Delivery times have improved again in the US and Canada.
After dropping to 2-3 weeks a few days ago, wait times were further reduced on Wednesday when Apple’s online stores showed 1-2 weeks estimates for the iPhone X. According to MacRumors, the delivery times improvement indicates that you’ll get your desired iPhone X by the first week of December at the latest if you order one online right now.
As was the case before, you can get it even faster if you keep stalking the Apple retail stores near you, which receive fresh iPhone X shipments on a daily basis. These improvements also affect existing preorders that had late November and early December shipping estimates. Some buyers have already received their devices, or are about to get them a few weeks early.
International customers in Europe and other regions of the world will also get their iPhone X deliveries in up to two weeks. Initially, ship times improved from 3-4 weeks to 2-3 weeks for European markets first, with the US following a few days later. Now, it looks like stock estimates improved for North America before making their way to Europe and other places.
As promised the iPhone X is now available for purchase in 14 more countries. Yesterday it started selling in Israel and as of today another 13 markets join the list – Albania, Bosnia, Cambodia, Kosovo, Macau, Macedonia, Malaysia, Montenegro, Serbia, South Africa, South Korea, Thailand and Turkey.