Pre-ordered your iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus from Apple for launch day delivery? Then it’s time to check your inbox for a shipping notification. Apple has begun sending tracking numbers to customers ahead of the iPhone 6s launch tomorrow, allowing them to follow their delivery.

Although many iPhone 6s buyers in the U.S. saw their order ship last week, those in other countries did not. In the U.K., for instance, orders didn’t start changing from “Preparing for Dispatch” to “Dispatched” until Wednesday night.

Now everyone who is expecting to receive an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus tomorrow should have a shipping email that contains a tracking number. This will allow you to keep an eye on your iPhone delivery and follow it all the way to your door.

Some couriers in certain countries will even provide you with a delivery time slot, so you’ll know exactly when to expect your device. However, you may not see this until early tomorrow morning when your device is loaded onto a van for delivery.

If you’ve received a shipping notification from Apple by now, then you should have no concerns about your shiny new iPhone not arriving tomorrow — unless you live in an area where deliveries will be delayed by the Pope’s visit.