As November 3 started to hit clocks around the world, the first batch of iPhone X pre-orders began to arrive on doorsteps and this also means that the device is available to buy in Apple retail stores.
Plenty of eager customers have taken to Twitter to show off their new purchase and there are many images showing people leaving the store with their iPhone X in hand. The images give us a clear look at both the Space Gray and Silver devices. With most early reviews depicting the Silver model, it’s good to see some real-world looks at the Space Gray.
iPhone X is here! A big thank-you to all our customers in Sydney, and everyone turning out around the world Friday! 👏 pic.twitter.com/5NKXUnePLu
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) November 2, 2017
At this point, its still unclear as to how many iPhone X’s the Apple Stores have in stock. Although the company had previously confirmed in-store availability, they failed to offer any details on supply. It did encourage customers who wanted a device to arrive early and expect to wait in line. Early yesterday, Apple marked the first round of pre-orders as shipped and shipment estimates were continuing to improve for many customers.
— Keith Walker (@KeithWalkerNews) November 3, 2017
Apple has also taken this time to report a rise in profits, moving up 19% to mean that the company is now worth $868 billion. This stands it in good stead to become the world’s first trillion-dollar company.