The iPhone X is Apple’s new flagship. And while some of you will absolutely want to put in an order when the device goes on sale in late October, others might want to take a rain check.
Apple’s confirmed three new iPhone models including a high-end iPhone X and two cheaper models called the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. The trio will replace the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus as the company’s flagship models and they will do so in the near future.
The iPhone X release date is confirmed for November 3rd but you’ll be able to buy the phone a few days before its official street date.
iPhone X pre-orders are confirmed for October 27th, a few weeks after the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus pre-order and release on September 22nd.
Some of you are probably set on an iPhone X pre-order and we don’t blame you. The iPhone X is arguably the most exciting iPhone in years.
Many others are on the fence about an iPhone X pre-order and it’s those people we’re reaching out to today with this pre-order guide.
There are some very good reasons to put in an iPhone X pre-order the second the clock strikes Midnight on October 27th. Apple hasn’t confirmed but we iPhone X stock to be extremely limited at launch, even with the delay.
There are also some reasons to think about waiting. If you want to avoid the madness of an iPhone launch or if you simply don’t want to pay the full iPhone X price, you’ll want to consider holding off on a pre-order.
Keep these reasons in mind as you try and decide what to do with your time, and money, next month.