iPhone 8: pre-orders will begin on September 15

iPhone 8 pre-orders will begin on September 15

The future iPhone 8 will be unveiled next week, on September 12 , as part of a keynote that will take place at Apple’s new Apple headquarters. And, a new publication says she knows when the pre-orders for the new model will officially begin. The German site Macerkopf says that the iPhone 8 will be available for pre-order on September 15 , the Friday after the announcement.

And although this may be new information for some, it’s really something that makes sense and what was predicted when the first rumors of a launch on September 12 started.

Apple usually begins pre-orders for new iPhone models the first Friday after the keynote, so September 15 goes hand in hand with this approach. The company leaves pre-orders open for one week prior to the start of shipments of the aircraft. In other words, as early as September 22 you could have it in your hands.

A limited number of iPhone 8?

The biggest question concerns the supply of iPhone 8. There have been several rumors that Apple was facing supply problems with its future flagship , since Samsung would be unable to achieve the rate of return requested by the firm based in Cupertino.

People with knowledge of the subject have indicated that the iPhone 8 would be delayed or marketed in limited numbers. The first scenario suggests that only a small number of customers could purchase the device after its launch on September 12th. If all units are sold during the pre-order period, Apple may no longer have a model in store on September 22 .

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