“Preoders for the iPhone 5 went live at midnight tonight and, true to form, they went like hotcakes,” Billy Gallagher reports for TechCrunch.
“You may remember that it took 22 hours for the iPhone 4S and about 20 hours for the iPhone 4 to sell out of its pre-order, launch-day stock,” Gallagher reports. “The iPhone 5 took just about 60 minutes.”
Gallagher reports, “Yep. One hour after pre-orders went live tonight, Apple.com shifted shipping expectations from one to two weeks due to the overwhelming demand.”
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