Apple’s new iPhone X will go up for pre-order tomorrow, demand for the handset is expected to be high. According to MacRumors, pre-orders of the new iPhone X will start at 12.01 AM Pacific Time on Friday the 27th of November. As demand is expected to be high, Apple could sell out of their launch supply of the handset quickly.
If you intend to pre-order the new iPhone X then MacRumors have revealed that the quickest way to order the handset will be through the Apple Store app on your iPhone or iPad. You can apparently speed up the ordering process by saving the model you intend to buy to your favourites. You then should be able to check out quickly when the handset goes up for pre-order.
Apple announced recently that the new iPhone X will also be able to buy in their retail stores from next Friday the 3rd of November. So if you do not manage to pre-order the handset online for launch day, then you can always try the Apple store next Friday to get you hands on Apple’s new iPhone.
Previous rumors have suggested that Apple will have between two and three million units of their new iPhone for launch weekend, this would mean that we could see shortages of Apple’s new iPhone for some time if demand is high. We will be able to tell from tomorrow how much demand there is for the new iPhone X, as shipping times will change if demand for the handset is really high.