Apple has announced that it is expanding its new flagship smartphone to more countries. The iPhone X is coming to 13 more countries in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Apple is launching their new smartphone in more markets on Friday the 24th of November.
The handset is coming to Albania, Bosnia, Cambodia, Kosovo, Macau, Macedonia, Malaysia, Montenegro, Serbia, South Africa, South Korea, Thailand and Turkey later this month.
There has been high demand for the new iPhone in the countries it is already available in. The device is actually sold out at the moment and is showing deliveries of three to four weeks if you order it online. The handset is also sold out at Apple’s retails store at the moment.
We heard earlier this week that the new iPhone X is Apple’s most popular device to date. People do not appear to be put off by the high price of the handset with the 64GB model costing $999 and the 256GB mode $1149.
With Apple expanding their new iPhone into more countries, the company will be able to boost sales of the handset even further. It looks like this could end up being Apple’s most popular iPhone ever.