Posts Tagged ‘iPhone 5 sold out’

AT & T Sets New Record with the iPhone 5 Pre-Order Within Hours of Launch

AT&T announced that it set a new all time high with the release of the iPhone 5 pre-order that were just recently released. The iPhone 5 flew off the shelves quicker than any other phone that AT& T has ever had.  According to an AT&T statement, there were more orders placed for this phone than others on the first day. However, AT&T failed to disclose the amount of phones that were pre-ordered.

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iPhone 5 Sold Out So Apple Changed Shipping Date From September 21 to Sept. 28th


Apple has changed the estimated shipping date for iPhone 5 pre-orders, only a few hours after the phone started selling at its online store. Previously, Apple’s online store promised a ship date of September 21, 2012 for retail pre- orders of its new  iPhone 5. But, its pre–order page says that this ship date has been changed to September 28, 2012.  This applies to  all three Apple phone models for all pre-orders placed by September 14, 2012.  The three models available for shipment are the 16GB, 32GB and the 64GB.

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Preorders for the iPhone 5 are Sold Out in Less Than an Hour!

Once the company started taking pre-order for its new iPhone 5 today, Apple ran out of inventory in just one hour. Apple starting taking orders around midnight; however the company managed to run out of its maiden inventory in under an hour!  As a result, the anticipated shipping date of September 21, 2012 has already been compromised.  The shipping times have been rescheduled.

As it stands right now, preorders that were order via the United States internet Apple Store are targeted for a September 28, 2012 ship date.

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There is a Likelihood of Supply Constraints in the Launch of the New iPhone 5 by Apple


According to a report by a Taiwanese news site Apple might be having problems and restrictions in the supply of the new iPhone during the launch. This might be a hindrance for it at the time of the shipment. And the numbers will be limited until the third quarter of the year 2012.

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