IPhone X supply has improved, with most models now shipping in 2-5 days

Key Points
  • Apple appears to have solved supply issues for the iPhone X.
  • Most iPhone X models will now ship in 2-5 days, suggesting Apple will be able to meet iPhone X holiday demand.
Apple CEO Tim Cook (R) and Apple chief design officer Jonathan Ive (L) look at the new Apple iPhone X during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theatre on the Apple Park campus on September 12, 2017 in Cupertino, California.
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Apple appears to have caught up with demand, and most models now ship from the company's site in just a few days.

MacRumors first noted the change in supply.

In the United States, almost all models of the white and black iPhone X can be ordered today for delivery between Dec. 13 and Dec. 15, just 2-5 days from now. This is an improvement since launch, when the iPhone X order page typically said it would ship within a .

The exception appears to be the T-Mobile 128GB and 256GB models, both in black and white, which will be delivered by Dec. 19, according to Apple's website. That's still an improvement and means most orders placed now should arrive before Christmas.

That should Apple wouldn't be able to meet demand during the holiday season.