I think it's a matter of logistics. It's one thing for Apple to put thousands of new iPhones on skids and ship them around the world to both their retail stores and to cellular providers. You then have to break those shipments apart and send them out to individual stores notifying them that you now have x number of y units on hand to fulfill pre-orders on the 25th.
In the mean time, you've had to box up more units individually and prepare them for shipment to individuals va UPS. This is VERY labour intensive.
Apple isn't shipping your iPhone directly from China. They are shipping them by the boat load and have for a while to get stock pile of iPhones available for the launch. They will never really catch up for weeks...
I reserved #11 RoseGold iPhone6s+ 128GB on 12th at 8:11AM EST.
It still says OPEN.
Yes it's hard to believe Rogers got less than 100 units of the model, but who knows.
Anything is possible at this point.
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