The US exclusive carrier for Apple's iPhone, AT&T, is reporting that pre-order sales have already exhausted its expected stock, and any orders made after Saturday 13th June won't receive a handset on launch day.
Fears that the high costs of upgrading an iPhone while under an existing contract apparently haven't shortened the queues for the slightly quicker, compass-equipped hardware update.
Pre-orders made after Saturday are expected to see a seven to 14 day delay from their order date, so despite them overshooting the launch day, they could still be with eager, money-laden iPhoners by next week.
It seems stock has been retained for in-store sales, which kick off on June 19th both in the US and here in the UK.
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