Apple launched with pre-orders of the iPhone X from yesterday and the device is reportedly exhausted from the company's page at just 10 minutes from the start. This may mean two different things:1. the original device offer was very limited due to production problems and
2. despite its very expensive price, the iPhone X will crack
Of course, Apple will never say anything about the limited stock. On the contrary, the company was released today one statement underlining that the anniversary model is sold like a hot cake.
"We are excited to receive orders for the iPhone X, the future of the smartphone. We can see from the initial answer, that our customers' demand is off the charts. We work hard to bring this revolutionary new product into the hands of every customer who wants it, as quickly as possible. "We will continue to accept orders online and the iPhone X will be available at Apple retail stores from Friday, November 3 from 8 pm, as well as from our partner providers and retailers around the world," the company said.
Unfortunately, there are no details of the number of iPhone X orders 27 received on 2 October and probably will never share them, although some of the data will be included in the company's announcement of the XNUMX November.
Analysts, however, estimated that Apple has an initial stock of iPhone X of about 3 million devices for all stores around the world.
In the previous iPhone, Apple sold about 10 millions of devices on the first weekend, and given the exceptional demand for the anniversary model (as the company says), it is very difficult to believe that such a limited stock can be enough for the whole world.
Right now, if you pre-order an iPhone X, you will take it in about 6 weeks, although it is expected that the waiting time will be much shorter as Apple is working with more vendors to speed up production.
The first "lucky" buyers will receive it from November 3, if there are many who complain about the pre-order process as they can not confirm their order or fail for various reasons…
Here, as everyone knows, the bill always comes to an end…