First iPhone X Orders Begin Shipping Out to Customers

The first iPhone X orders began shipping out to customers today ahead of a promised delivery date on Friday, November 3, the official launch date for the device.

Apple hasn't updated order statuses from "Preparing for Shipment" and won't do so until later this week when packages begin hitting their destination countries, but iPhone X models shipping via UPS in the United States are in transit and can be tracked using a UPS My Choice account or, in some cases, by reference number on the UPS website.

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Tracking by reference often requires a phone number and a zip code, but sometimes the order number minus the last two digits also works. Many of our forum members are seeing their orders on the UPS website at this point, but not every order has been transitioned to UPS as of yet, so it may take another day or two for all orders to show up.

Pre-orders for the iPhone X kicked off on Friday, October 27 at 12:01 a.m. Pacific Time, and orders slated for November 3 delivery shifted to preparing for shipment later that same day and customers began seeing charges on their credit cards.

At this point, pre-order supplies of the iPhone X are sold out and have been since minutes after pre-orders went live. Current delivery estimates for iPhone X orders placed today are at 5 to 6 weeks, so many devices won't be arriving until late November and December. Apple is working to ship out iPhone X models as fast as possible, though, and some customers have already seen their delivery dates improve.

While it's no longer possible to pre-order an iPhone X for launch day delivery, Apple will have iPhone X models in stock at retail stores on November 3, so there's still a chance to get a device without a long wait. Customers hoping to get an iPhone X at a retail store should plan to line up early.

Top Rated Comments

rantor49 Avatar
52 months ago
My AT&T Silver 256 is showing up on UPS! Ready to leave China. so excited and I love watching shipping progress. I need a life....lol
Score: 35 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dannyyankou Avatar
52 months ago
Can’t wait to get the iPhone 9 next year with the same features for $300 less, lol
Score: 15 Votes (Like | Disagree)
alksion Avatar
52 months ago
Can’t wait to get the iPhone 9 next year with the same features for $300 less, lol
I'm actually going to do the same thing, but no reason to be smug about it. Some people like upgrading every year. Others just have the money.

My wife is actually getting it. She has the 6S and said she finally wants the newest one, so I'll be shelling out some dough.

Still pretty happy with my 7+ right now.
Score: 14 Votes (Like | Disagree)
David G. Avatar
52 months ago
I can't wait for mine to make a pitstop in Anchorage to be flown down to Louisville, KY, just to make its way back to Anchorage for my Alaskan delivery!
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dazz87 Avatar
52 months ago
I’m getting major anxiety because mine isn’t one of those November 3rd orders that has a status on the UPS site.
dude its just a phone...Relax.....
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
flat five Avatar
52 months ago

Tracking mine now! I searched by reference number (phone number) on the UPS website to find it.
fixed that for you:



:)

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Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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