Apple has added 13 new countries to its tally of placed where the iPhone X is sold. That means the iPhone X is now being sold in 70 countries all over the world. The company is using resellers and carriers to sell in most of these countries, while it sells only through dedicated Apple Stores in two countries.
Apple has added an edge-to-edge OLED display on the device and still sports a dual-camera on the back, and runs on Apple’s new A11 Bionic chipset.
- South Africa
- South Korea
The company has also added Israel to the list yesterday, while countries like US, India and many others have had the device for a while now.
But more importantly, the addition suggests that Apple is finally producing enough units of the iPhone X. There have been reports about the device being unavailable due to production shortages ever since Apple first announced the device.
The iPhone X is the tenth anniversary iPhone announced by the company. Apple also says that this is the biggest change ever made to its smartphone. The company added an edge-to-edge OLED display on the device. It still sports a dual-camera on the back, and runs on Apple’s new A11 Bionic chipset.
Delivery dates in the new countries are running in between one and three business days, which is quite impressive. In the U.S. and Europe, Apple has been able to get its act together with shipping dates reduced to two weeks. At the peak, backlogs were running five to seven weeks long.