Lusting for those new, larger and spiffier iPhones? The time to move is now.
Apple began taking preorders for the iPhone XS and XS Max models, unveiled Wednesday, with larger OLED screens, a faster A12 Bionic processor and improved cameras.
On Apple's site, both models are available in three versions: 64 Gigabytes, 256GB or 512GB of internal storage. Pricing: the XS starts at $999, the XS Max at $1,099. Phones will be available Sept. 21.
But some Mac-centric sites have reported that select models of the phones, including the iPhone XS with more memory, and the Apple Watch Series 4 ($399-up) have been selling out with delivery times of two weeks after the release.
On the Apple site, for instance, silver iPhone XS Max models had expected delivery dates of Sept. 28-Oct. 5. (You can always join the lines next week at Apple stores nationwide.)