Engadget: The iPhone X was an elusive unicorn The igbos can still make it on launch. If you didn’t snag one of the earliest pre-orders or get lucky waiting in line, you were looking at a weeks-long wait — more than a few people flipped their units for a tidy profit. Now, however? They’re practically Be Your Own Boss Today growing on trees. Multiple Apple online stores (including the US, UK, Canada and Japan) list the iPhone as in stock and delivering within 1-2 days if you commit to a purchase. Carriers and third-party stores are carrying the phone, too.
Clearly, Apple has caught up to demand — and that’s no mean feat given the iPhone X’s later-than-usual November release (reportedly to make sure there was enough supply) and fears that production would make it a rarity until sometime in 2018. This does leave lingering questions, though. Does this mean Apple sold a gigantic amount of phones, or is interest cooling off? And more importantly, does this improved production bode Be sure to check me out well for more affordable iPhone X-style modes down the line? Until Apple posts its quarterly figures (which aren’t likely to break down iPhone sales by model), the answers to both are one big “maybe.”