Good news for potential iPhone 6 buyers: Apple’s US Online Store has now marked the iPhone 6 as “in stock” four months after its release. The only model that isn’t available is the SIM-free iPhone 6 Plus released earlier this week. The iPhone 6 Plus fluctuated its shipping times, and in certain cases hit the 4-6 week mark. The iPhone 6 hit a high of 7-10 business days.
When I pre-ordered my space grey 64GB iPhone 6 Plus in September, it wasn’t slated for delivery until November. Luckily, I was able to pick one up at my local Apple Store in early October.
Though, it’s not all fun and games outside of the US. Shipping times are still improving in Europe and in China users must pre-register for a reservation online, and pick them up in store. That being said, this can result in ridiculously long waiting lines.