Pre–orders for Apple’s iPhone X are live now, with the California company’s tenth-anniversary smartphone available SIM–free and direct, or via the UK’s major networks.
Apple started pre–orders at 8.01am this morning, with demand expected to be sky high. It’s not yet clear whether Apple has sufficient supply to cope, with analysts claiming some consumers could be left waiting until 2018 to take delivery of their new phone.
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At the time of writing, Apple’s website says that the iPhone X will not be dispatched for four to five weeks. That despite the fact it’s official release date is 3rd November.
Those who want one sooner will likely have to queue up outside Apple stores next week in the hope of securing what is likely to be 2017’s best smartphone.
SIM–free prices start at £999 for a 64GB iPhone X, rising to £1,149 for a 256GB edition.
Both phones feature Face ID scanning security, a dual lens camera and an all–new design that does away with the traditional home button.