Usually, Apple has begun accepting pre-orders for new iPhones within three days after its reveal.
Citing a supply-chain source, a new report from Macotakara claims this will also be the case this year. This means that pre-orders for Apple’s next-gen OLED iPhone Edition, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus will happen at midnight PDT on September 15th.
Instead of hitting retail stores a week later like it has in the past, Apple plans on shipping the OLED iPhone Edition to customers sometime in October due to the device’s production schedule.
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MacDailyNews Take: We have a feeling that pre-order night is going to make previous pre-orders look like they ran smoothly (which, if you ever experienced one, is definitely not the case).
Good luck, OLED iPhone pre-orderers! We’re all going to need it.