A day after Apple started accepting pre-orders for the iPhone eight, iPhone eight Plus, and Apple Watch Sequence three, the primary orders have shifted to “getting ready for cargo” forward of a promised Friday, September 22 supply date.

Apple started getting ready Apple Watch Sequence three orders beginning yesterday afternoon, whereas the order standing of the iPhone eight and iPhone eight Plus seems to have began altering this afternoon. Apple TV 4K orders haven’t but up to date to getting ready for cargo, however that ought to occur quickly.


Pre-orders for all three gadgets began at 12:01 a.m. Pacific Time on Friday, September 15. Whereas some SIM-free and T-Cellular iPhone eight and iPhone eight Plus fashions bought out comparatively early for residence transport, provides of different gadgets have remained robust. It ought to be no drawback to pop into an Apple Retailer on launch day and choose up an iPhone eight or eight Plus.


It might be harder to get one of many new Apple Watch Sequence three fashions with LTE connectivity, as a number of configurations did promote out and record cargo dates of some weeks. In-store pickup can be unavailable for these fashions. Non-LTE fashions are, nevertheless, available.

Orders which were up to date to “getting ready for cargo” standing ought to start formally transport out over the course of the subsequent day or two. The primary orders will arrive on Friday, September 22, with clients in New Zealand and Australia being among the many first to get their arms on the brand new gadgets.

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Replace: Apple TV 4K orders have now began shifting to Making ready for Cargo too.