Apple almost able to meet the demand for iPhone X.
After changing the shipping estimates to 2-3 weeks in North America and Europe, Apple has now improved the possible delivery dates to 1-2 week in the US. The company apparently boosted production almost a month after the official launch, which has resulted in shorter delays between orders and deliveries.
The most innovative smartphone in the world, as described by Time Magazine, could be purchaised from the Apple Store in many countries, or via authorised retailers and carriers.
Apple is likely to meet the demand by the end of 2017, and we should not have any shipping delays after an order. iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are already in stock in many countries, and Apple’s assembly partners are now working hard to balance supply and demand for iPhone X.
iPhone X is the first iPhone ever with an OLED screen, offering a display resolution of 2434 x 1125 pixels. It has a new-generation processor (A11 bionic), face ID for authentication, and improved dual-camera setup with OIS.