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Apple describes iPhone X demand as ‘off the charts’

In a statement to TechCrunch, an Apple representative has described customer demand for the iPhone X as being “off the charts” and emphasized Apple’s commitment to increasing the supply of the new iPhone as quickly as possible, noting that the company will still be accepting online orders and still plans to have stock available in its retail stores next Friday.

We are thrilled to be taking orders for iPhone X, the future of the smartphone. We can see from the initial response, customer demand is off the charts. We’re working hard to get this revolutionary new product into the hands of every customer who wants one, as quickly as possible. We will keep accepting orders online, and iPhone X will be available at Apple retail stores on Friday, November 3 starting at 8 a.m., as well as from our carrier and retailer partners around the world.

Pre-orders for Apple’s new flagship iPhone opened this morning at 3:01 a.m. ET with initial stock not surprisingly selling out within minutes and many users being greeted with shipping dates of 2 – 3 weeks or more by 3:05 a.m. While Apple claims that stock will be available in its retail stores on Friday, it’s unclear how many units are being held for walk-in customers as opposed to pre-ordered or reserved pickups.

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