Apple fans will soon receive their iPhone 6S and 6S Plus
Before a dispatch of iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus on Sept. 25, Apple and partner carriers have started informing preorder clients on Saturday that their devices are currently in shipment.
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The shipment is not expected to arrive until Friday. The devices are both shipped by Apple and carriers such as Verizon and T-Mobile.
The users who pre-ordered have received automated email notifications containing iPhone 6S and 6S Plus shipment tracking information.
The correspondence sent from both Apple and participating launch day carriers notes free overnight shipping, yet a delivery date of Sept. 25.
It means that logistics suppliers will probably gather all stock in distribution centers before executing synchronized deliveries on Sept. 25.
It is indistinct how Apple is directing fulfillment operations. Be that as it may, some orders placed just minutes after pre-sales went live last week are still being processed, while others placed hours later are already en route.
Right now, Apple's U.S. website reflects stable supply of most iPhone 6S configurations, save for a two to three week wait time for new rose gold versions.
iPhone 6S Plus stock is more constrained, with all colors, capacities and carriers showing estimated availability in three to four weeks.
Other launch countries are exhibiting similar preorder limitations, however China totally sold out of its entire launch supply within one day.
Beside preorder clients, iPhone 6S and 6S Plus will be available at Apple's retail stores on Friday.
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Those interested can reserve an iPhone 6S and 6S Plus through Apple's website, but have to visit an Apple Store for payment and eligibility processing.