Apple reported record pre-orders on Friday for the new iPhone 6.
The company did not elaborate on how many units had been sold, however.
As of midday, the larger iPhone 6 Plus had wait times of three to four weeks in all configurations for all carriers. The smaller iPhone 6 was still broadly available for delivery next Friday, though some carriers were starting to run short of lower-priced units.
Based on the number of carriers where day-of-launch delivery was still available, the most popular models appeared to be the 16 GB phones in gold and silver and the 128 GB model in gray. The least popular were apparently the 128 GB in gold and the 16 GB in gray.