The iPhone X has now landed in another 13 countries, this makes a total of 70 different countries that Apple’s new flagship smartphone has launched in. Apple has launched their new iPhone in Albania, Bosnia, Cambodia, Kosovo, Macau, Macedonia, Malaysia, Montenegro, Serbia, South Africa, South Korea, Thailand and Turkey today.
Apple is continuing the global roll out of its new iPhone X and we heard recently that the company is starting to catch up with demand for their new smartphone.
Demand for Apple’s new iPhone has been high since the handset went up for pre-order and it is expected to take Apple until early in 2018 to fully catch up with demand for their new iPhone.
The handset is Apple’s most popular iPhone so far and the device is also apparently Apple’s most popular product ever. Shipping time for the handset in the US are now at 1 to 2 weeks, this has changed a number of times recently, after pre-orders it was up at 5 to 6 weeks.
It will be interesting to see how long it takes for Apple to catch up with the demand for their new iPhone X. The handset is also Apple’s most expensive iPhone ever with prices starting at $999, this dose not appear to have put people off the handset.
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