Preorders for Apple’s new iPhone 4S handset have sold out at all three U.S. carriers, one day before the smart phone is due to launch.
That’s right, neither AT&T, Verizon or Sprint are able to guarantee potential customers an iPhone 4S for tomorrow. Both Verizon and Sprint’s websites are noting that there is no remaining stock, while AT&T can only offer handsets with a delivery estimate of three to four weeks, rather than a couple of days.
The Apple Online Store, too, is in a similar way. Over there, handsets are shipping in one to two weeks. Indeed, despite the lack of a major redesign, there have been a huge amount of preorders for the iPhone 4S. Last Monday (just a few days after preorders for the handset opened), Apple confirmed that it had taken over one million preorders for the iPhone 4S.
If you’re hoping to grab an iPhone 4S handset tomorrow and haven’t preordered one yet, it looks like you’re going to have to queue. If this is indeed your plan, be sure to take a look at our advice-packed article before you set off tomorrow morning. And let us know if you preordered an iPhone 4S in the comments.