Apple today announced that the iPhone X will be available in over 13 countries starting from Friday, November 24. The handset launched in over 55+ countries on November 3 after first going on pre-order on October 27.
On November 24, the iPhone X will go on sale in the following countries:
- South Africa
- South Korea
Additionally, the iPhone X will go up for sale in Israel on November 23.
Customers in the above countries would be able to buy the iPhone X from Apple’s official retail stores or through their authorised stores. In addition to the iPhone X, Apple will also be selling the official iPhone X cases and accessories in these markets. With the addition of these 13 markets, the iPhone X will be available in 70 markets across the world by the end of this month.
The wider availability of the iPhone X does hint at the production of the handset improving. It should also mean that the iPhone X should be more easily available in the 55+ countries where it went on sale and sold out during the launch weekend itself over the next few weeks.