The iPhone is all geared up to be unveiled next week on September 12 in a press conference taking place at Apple’s new headquarters called Apple Park. A new report today claimed it knows the date when pre-orders for the new model will officially start.
According to a report on a German site Macerkopf says the iPhone 8 will become available for pre-order on September 15, which is the next Friday after the public unveiling.
As per previous years, Apple typically starts pre-orders for new iPhone models the first Friday after the public press event taking the wraps off the products, so the September 15 perfectly aligns with this approach.
The Cupertino based organisation keeps the pre-orders for one week before it starts shipping the device, which in this case will be September 22.
This means that the iPhone 8 will be introduced on September 12, while pre-orders will start three days later on September 15. Then, the device will go on sale on September 22, with the first customers who pre-ordered the model likely to receive it the same day.
If all units are sold during the pre-order program, Apple might no longer have any other units in stores on September 22 when the device is supposed to hit the shelves....