Apple’s iPhone XR appears to be off to a flying start, with certain models not available for delivery on the 26th October release date, despite pre–orders only going live last week.
Yellow and coral versions of the iPhone XR are showing as shipping in one to two weeks. That covers 64GB, 128GB and 256GB models.
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It’s not clear if demand for these particular colours is higher compared with other models.
It may be the case that Apple simply isn’t carrying as much stock of the yellow and coral iPhone XR, anticipating that traditional colours are likely to be more popular.
The iPhone XR is also available in white, black, blue and red.
The more affordable take on Apple’s well reviewed iPhone XS, the iPhone XR went up for pre–order on 19th October, with a SIM–free price of £749 for a 64GB model.
The larger 128GB model costs £799, rising to £899 for a 256GB edition.
The iPhone XR comes with a 6.1–inch screen which packs LCD rather than OLED tech, allowing Apple to keep costs down. There’s a single, rather than dual lens camera and no 3D Touch.
However, the device features the same A12 Bionic chipset as the iPhone XS and also comes with Face ID.