Orders of Apple’s iPhone X have now been shipped out to customers ahead of its release date tomorrow.
Earlier this week, most customers’ orders stated “preparing to ship out,” but a concrete notification with a tracking number hadn’t been sent out. That was until yesterday, when iPhone X orders began to be shipped out officially with customers receiving their tracking information.
The shipping confirmation comes mere hours before the launch of the iPhone X tomorrow. Those who didn’t score an early pre-order are probably looking at a wait time of a couple weeks to over a month, but the timeframe has been improving steadily over the past few days. The November 17-24 timeframe originally given to customers has now been bumped up to as soon as November 8 for some.
Orders done through Apple are arriving either through FedEx or UPS and will require a signature.
If you are still hoping to score an iPhone X by camping out tonight, reports are already stating lines at Apple Stores are quite long.
Stay tuned to TechnoBuffalo for all the iPhone X coverage tomorrow.