Today is the first day of iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro release, but the occasion has been hampered for many eager purchasers, with several reports of orders being postponed at the last minute.
This year, Apple has been somewhat optimistic about how many iPhone 14 tablets it will have available for the launch day. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are the most likely models affected, with the base iPhone 14 apparently set to arrive on time for the majority of buyers. This is perhaps not a surprise, as a report reveals that preorder rates for the base iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus are too low.
iPhone 14''''s rocky rollout rumbles on
Apple''s preorders for iPhone 14 were a bit of a surprise this year, so it''s not too surprising that the delivery estimate for certain orders has been revised.
Last week, when iPhone 14 preorders went live, the Apple Store was flooded with unanswered systems. This latest trick reveals that this model has been a somewhat tricky transition.
If you are currently without an iPhone 14 preorder and want to get yourself the latest Apple smartphone, the most recent delivery times make for a gruesome reading. While the base iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus (the latter scheduled for release on October 7) appear to be having minimal delays, a new iPhone 14 Pro is expected to arrive until October 24 at the least.
Delays to the iPhone 14 Pro Max are even more significant, with the device''s current intended delivery date stretching until the very end of October and even until November for customers in the United Kingdom.
Granted, new iPhone offerings may be subjected to a slew of shipping delays, and this is especially true of the Pro models. However, the iPhone 14 version appears to be not as functional as previous iPhone versions.
Is it that these shipping delays stop you from buying a new iPhone? Perhaps not. Our iPhone 14 review, iPhone 14 Pro review, and iPhone 14 Pro Max review explain exactly why these smartphones are worth the headache to secure.