If you want an iPhone X when it's released on November 3, you'll have to wake up early, leave your house, and line up IRL at a store.
BAD Apples are trying to sell their pre-ordered iPhone X handsets for up to £46,000 on eBay. As of 3pm EDT today, the Apple web site was indicating that new orders will ship in 5 to 6 weeks.
The latest Apple smartphone utilizes an all-glass design. AppleCare+ cost is $199 for iPhone X. The extended warranty costs for iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are $129 and $149 respectively.
According to MarketWatch, Cascend Securities analysts conducted their own survey of availability for the iPhone X in the 100 biggest USA markets. And Apple also sets inventory aside for those buying at their physical stores.
The company's website showed delivery times pushed out to five to six weeks for the phone, compared to an initial plan of November 3.
Apple guru and analyst-turned-venture-capitalist Gene Munster took to his traditional habits of checking out demand on the first day of a new iPhone, although these days he's with Loup Ventures, the venture capital firm he founded. Eastern time on Friday and expected delivery dates quickly got pushed back to five to six weeks, confirming reports of short supply for the 11th-generation iPhone.
The iPhone X is now available on Apple's website and mobile store app, as well as through the various major carriers and retailers like Best Buy and Target. For more analysis on Apple, visit the IBD Stock Checkup. Problems with the production of the iPhone X included deliveries of OLED panels that did not meet Apple's requirements.