iPhone 6 Plus Is Already Sold Out, Apple Ups Shipping Times

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If you're planning on preordering a new iPhone 6 Plus, you'll likely be disappointed by this news.

The iPhone 6 Plus, Apple's 5.5-inch model of its new iPhone, is apparently sold out. Apple has already updated its shipping times on the phone, for all color models and storage sizes, to 3-4 weeks.

The phone is originally slated to ship next Friday, September 19th – so it's clear that iPhone 6 Plus preorders have hit their ceiling.

The situation is even more dire when you attempt to preorder from some of the carrier sites. For instance, AT&T is showing a 35 to 42-day wait time on shipping, while Verizon's wait times are similar, currently shipping the 16GB iPhone 6 Plus on October 14th and the bigger models on October 21st.

As of the writing of this article, shipping on the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 is still on track for next Friday.

Of course, there's always the option of standing in line for next Friday's 8 am launch in Apple retail stores.

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