As you know, today is the day Apple's latest iPhone 6 smartphone duo went on pre-order. Booking your unit was hardly the smoothest experience, but despite the server hiccups Apple managed to go through the initially available iPhone 6 Plus stock.
All versions of the first Apple phablet now show an estimated delivery wait of 3 to 4 weeks across the Apple stores in the US, Germany, Canada, France, Australia, Japan, Singapore and the UK. Strangely enough - the company's online store in the final country to get the phablet in the first wave, Honk Kong, is listing the iPhone 6 Plus as unavailable.
Things are looking better for the 4.7" Apple iPhone 6. All units and versions that are pre-ordered now will still be delivered on launch date, September 19, in the US.
In the UK and Germany the 64GB versions are all out, matching the estimated shipping on the iPhone 6 Plus, but the 16GB and 128GB flavors are readily available. Keep in mind that Apple doesn't guarantee launch-day delivery in Britain and Germany, though - you may need to wait until the end of the following week even if you successfully place a pre-order.
The picture in the other Apple stores is pretty similar - 64GB versions, which are enjoying the highest demand as expected, are out of stock, but other storage options are readily available. The good news is server issues seem to have been resolved now and all Apple Store websites function smoothly.
Did any of you already book their iPhone unit or are you waiting for the first reviews to come out and see how good those new screens...