I reserved iphone 6 SG 64gb corporate on Sept 23rd.
#56 on moday, now I am waiting for shipping.
Seems like they got a small batch in. Yesterday I was at ~165. Today I'm at 105 for the 64 GB SG iPhone 6. Hopefully they are in the process of receiving 105+ more.
well apple canada is giving a 7 day delivery date on 6+ 64gb SG. this is down from 4 weeks yesterday
does that mean that rogers will get a shipment and start sending them out?
or will they say, "ahhhhhhhh our delivery driver got dirhea and couldnt deliver them"
so keep waiting.
i think it will be a ridicilous excuse like the one i came up with, because thats what they do.
Stiiiiiill waiting for the iPhone 6+ 128gb Space Gray. Dropped to position 116 after the last shipment at the end of October. Since then I'm down to 92 as of today -- a little under one spot a day. At this point I feel like I just want to get the thing before Christmas.
That's less than great news that they are only receiving once every 2 weeks. But I guess we'll need to wait. I joked with my girlfriend that I would wait until December to pick up the phone..... now it doesn't seem like as much of one.
So I called a Rogers store today and was told that they have several iphone6 plus 64gig in stock for any consumer to come in and buy, however, they don't have any 128gig. I am thinking it would be best to cancel my 128gig reservation and just get a 64 in my hands now.
Does anyone know if there is a 128gig deliver expected to be hitting Rogers soon?
Why would the store have several 64 gigers in stock when people are still waiting in the reservation?
This is a known issue (I think there was discussion of this earlier in the thread). I believe the issue is that Rogers is allocating more phones to the retail channel than the business channel at this point in time to try to meet Christmas shopping demand. Once January hits, retail consumers will probably be less willing to splurge on a new phone, whereas the business/corporate customers are more likely to be locked in for the long haul.
Just my two cents, though; I could be wrong.