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  Reply # 1393729 24-Sep-2015 17:07
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 Given that this is the first time NZ has been in the first wave, I'd suggest Apple will be taking at least some extra care to ensure those scheduled for day-one delivery will receive them in a timely fashion.
 

Your forgetting we were in the first wave of the mighty iPhone 3G  cool

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  Reply # 1393741 24-Sep-2015 17:26
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I hope i get mine next week! 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1393754 24-Sep-2015 17:46
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sp77150: I hope i get mine next week! 


Given your expected delivery is 9/10 - 16/10 I'd say chances are slim to none in getting it next week

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  Reply # 1393763 24-Sep-2015 18:18
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So I've just rang Apple, apparently this is the situation:

 

The phones are already in the country, in a warehouse somewhere in Auckland. They will not ship until the morning, at which point they will be delivered same-day. However, she estimated that there are close to 18,000 phones going out tomorrow, so there is a real chance that some people will not be getting them tomorrow as planned.



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  Reply # 1393770 24-Sep-2015 18:44
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FlatButt: So I've just rang Apple, apparently this is the situation:
The phones are already in the country, in a warehouse somewhere in Auckland. They will not ship until the morning, at which point they will be delivered same-day. However, she estimated that there are close to 18,000 phones going out tomorrow, so there is a real chance that some people will not be getting them tomorrow as planned.


I don't care about SOME people... I care about US people...

18K phones on day 1 - that's pretty damned impressive if it's even close to accurate... At an average of, say $1,500 a pop, that's a $27,000,000 revenue day just from tiny wee New Zealand...

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  Reply # 1393804 24-Sep-2015 19:47
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FlatButt: So I've just rang Apple, apparently this is the situation:
The phones are already in the country, in a warehouse somewhere in Auckland. They will not ship until the morning, at which point they will be delivered same-day. However, she estimated that there are close to 18,000 phones going out tomorrow, so there is a real chance that some people will not be getting them tomorrow as planned.


I am not at all happy to have been right about worrying that there would be too many phones to deliver in one day. I hope that warehouse is near to Takapuna, is all I'm saying!




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  Reply # 1393809 24-Sep-2015 19:59
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On reflection, can that postulate number of 18,000 units being shipped from
the Auckland warehouse of mystery really be taken seriously? Presumably, that doesn't include what must be the umpteen thousands of handsets which must already be with 3rd party distributors...

I dunno... all this speculation is giving me chronic gas (to compliment my already aggravated and aforementioned lumbago...)

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  Reply # 1393819 24-Sep-2015 20:10
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Shipped on 19 September 2015!!! - apple have just updated it in the store portal

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  Reply # 1393820 24-Sep-2015 20:12
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Shipping on DHL from Sydney

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  Reply # 1393821 24-Sep-2015 20:12
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I have just received a Vodafone shipping notice with Courier Post tracking number.




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  Reply # 1393824 24-Sep-2015 20:15
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joebunting: Shipped on 19 September 2015!!! - apple have just updated it in the store portal


Same here!!! Oh joy, oh rapture!!!



Can't run a trace yet though, gives me an error...

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  Reply # 1393825 24-Sep-2015 20:15
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joebunting: Shipped on 19 September 2015!!! - apple have just updated it in the store portal


Same here :)




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  Reply # 1393827 24-Sep-2015 20:16
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The shipping status has changed to shipped on my apple order




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  Reply # 1393829 24-Sep-2015 20:17
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joebunting: Shipping on DHL from Sydney


Oops, looks lik the DHL server has fallen over. Everyone trying to track their phones. Lol





Error 500--Internal Server Error

From RFC 2068 Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.1:

10.5.1 500 Internal Server Error

The server encountered an unexpected condition which prevented it from fulfilling the request.




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  Reply # 1393831 24-Sep-2015 20:17
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Ugh, DHL.. I've always had a day delay when DHL transfer it to Courier Post for delivery

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