@Meowmix you keep saying that it's all apple's fault, that rogers can't control anything, etc.
rogers and their partner carriers (i.e. fido) have about ten million subscribers across canada. they're the biggest mobile carrier in one of the biggest iphone markets in the world. half of canadian smartphones are iphones, and more of those are iphones with rogers than any other carrier.
there are people tonight who reserved their phone minutes after reservations opened on the twelfth, with reservation spots under #100 for their model, and in many cases under #10 whose status is still "open". these are people who haven't moved up at all because no phones of their model have shipped, and who haven't seen an "in progress" or anything. and you mean to tell me this is apple's fault? that they didn't give rogers a couple dozen of each model? a hundred of each model?
rogers has been a launch carrier with apple since the release of the iphone 3G. they've done a lot of iphone launches — 3G, 3GS, 4, 4S, 5, 5S, 6, and now 6S. they know what demand is. they know how reservation systems work. if they truly didn't receive any stock from apple hence the no movement, i would be asking why a major carrier like rogers would let that happen. did they not order any? are they shrugging off reservations to supply to stores? apple has had no major reported issues manufacturing and supplying stock.
there should be some sort of communication. there is no reason for someone with reservation spot #2 or #6 for any of the models to not be getting their phone tomorrow, and if there is, no one is explaining it in a way that makes any sense.