The holidays are here, and you can gift someone (or yourself) an iPhone X. Apple’s latest flagship is currently available online with deliveries in the United States happening in about ten days or so.
If you visit Apple’s online store, you’ll notice each and every configuration is ready to go almost immediately. Production on the iPhone X increased dramatically to meet demand. Apple apparently achieved this by working with Foxconn and other partners to rid production facilities of issues. Now the company is able to have hundreds of thousands of units made daily, which would explain why the iPhone X is becoming easier to find, at least in a few parts of the world.
A few hours ago, Apple’s delivery estimate on all configurations in the U.S. was December 8. But that’s been delayed to December 11 after people realized the iPhone X was again shipping soon. Still, waiting less than two weeks for one of the best mobile devices on the market isn’t awful. Unfortunately, though, there isn’t an option for in-store pickup. Apple continues limiting availability to its online store.
Those who want the iPhone X right away can try individual carriers or scour the web for third-party sales.
Other countries are also seeing improved delivery estimates. If you’re in Canada, Apple might be able to get your iPhone X to you within five days. Overall, the delivery estimates range from just a few days to two weeks. Apple is trying its best to keep the iPhone X in stock and reduce the amount of time it takes for units to arrive on doorsteps.
While you wait for you iPhone X, check out our review of the premium product unlike anything we’ve ever seen before.