Apple is set to offer in–store pick up for customers who pre–order the iPhone 6 (if they manage to get their order processed amid today's crippling capacity problems on the tech giant's site, that is).
The move means those who don’t want to leave their precious new devices to the whims of the postman can snag their device at a time of their choosing.
The option to ‘pick it up in store’ appearing on Apple's US site alongside its promise to deliver the phone to you for free.
There’s no word on its UK equivalent, but there’s a good chance us Brits will get a chance to get in on the act too.
iPhone 6 pre–orders start today, Friday 12th September, before the device goes on wider sale on Friday 19th September.
Prices start at £539 for the iPhone 6 and £619 for the iPhone 6 Plus. Alternatively, you can snare it on contract with all the major networks and we'll be outlining prices right here imminently.
Apple is said to be hoping to sell a record breaking 80 million new iPhones between now and the end of 2014, which would represent its best ever iPhone sales.
With Tim Cook predicting ‘the mother of all upgrades’, it seems likely that the phone will at least have a huge opening weekend.