Apple Updates iPhone 5s Shipping Estimates To 2-3 Weeks

Back on September 20, both iPhone 5s/5c went on sale in United States and ten other countries. Apple’s online store in the United States started showing signs of severely constrained supply of the flagship iPhone 5s model.
The device immediately appeared sold out as shipping estimates dropped from 1-3 days for the first few hours of availability, further slipping to 7–10 days and again to an ambiguous ‘October’ estimate.

Today Apple has just updated the iPhone 5s shipping estimates to two-three weeks.

This new update includes the following countries: Canada, United States, Australia and other countries for all the colors and capacities.

As a result of this change, some customers who ordered their iPhone 5s may not see the shipment land at their doorstep before November. In Europe, however, shipping estimates are unchanged and still list ‘October’.

As a stark contrast to the iPhone 5s, its colorful brother, the iPhone 5c, appears to be either suffering from low sales or high supply as U.S. retailers like Walmart, Best Buy, Radioshack and others now offer the device with significant discounts, which has never happened for a “new” iPhone before.

On November 1, the devices will hit Albania, Armenia, Bahrain, Colombia, El Salvador, Guam, Guatemala, India, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and United Arab Emirates, Apple said.

So have you got your new iPhone yet ? 


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