Apple’s online store has returned, which means iPhone X is finally available to pre-order.
Prices start at $999 for a 64GB model, though you can get it cheaper by taking advantage of early carrier discounts. The device is also more affordable on the iPhone Upgrade Program, which lets you spread out the hefty upfront fee.
If you’re hoping to secure an iPhone X for launch day delivery on November 3, you’re going to need to act fast. Rumor has it that Apple has just 2-3 million units available, and they’re going to sell out in seconds.
iPhone X is Apple’s most-anticipated smartphone since the original iPhone. It delivers the major redesign we’ve been waiting for, along with an edge-to-edge Super Retina HD display, advanced facial recognition, wireless charging, and more.
It’s not cheap, but plenty of Apple fans are prepared to ready to break the bank to bag one. If you’re going to be one of them, don’t delay your pre-order. Being just a couple of minutes later than everyone else could mean you have to wait weeks, even months, for yours to ship.
Go place your pre-order now!
Recent reports have claimed Apple will manufacture just half the number of iPhone X units it originally planned to produce in 2017. That’s thanks to production issues surrounding Face ID components, which are severely stumping early supplies.
iPhone X starts at $999 with 64GB of storage, with a 256GB option available for $1,149. Both models are available in silver or black.
It’s best to order yours directly from Apple if you can, but if initial stock sells out before you get your order in, you might have more luck buying from a carrier or authorized reseller. We’ll get a better picture of just how difficult the device will be to obtain over the next hour or so.