iPhone X wait times now at one or two weeks

Availability of Apple’s iPhone X has improved again, with the top–end smartphone now shipping within one or two weeks of being ordered.

Apple’s online store shows those buying the device directly can expect to have their new iPhone X in their hands between 1st and 8th December.

What did we make of the iPhone X? Read the uSwitch review.

The iPhone X went on sale on 3rd November, with shipping estimates standing at six weeks after the handset sold out within ten minutes of being made available.

Concerns were raised that Apple would not be able to meet soaring demand for the phone, with analysts claiming that problems with the OLED screen and TrueDepth camera were hindering the company’s ability to replenish stock.

Now though, those fears have been allayed, meaning anyone keen on snapping up an iPhone X ahead of Christmas can be sure of taking delivery before the big day.

The all–screen design and dual lens camera, plus Face ID tech, has seen the iPhone X garner rave reviews from the critics.

Official sales figures have yet to be released, but it’s presumed the iPhone X is Apple’s biggest success since the iPhone 6 first launched in 2014.



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