The Apple iPhone X was made available in 57 markets including the U.S., U.K., China and India on Nov. 3. The Cupertino-based company has confirmed that its 10th anniversary iPhone would be coming 14 more countries across Asia, Europe and Africa by the end of this month.
Before the launch of the iPhone X, it was speculated that the first OLED smartphone from the company may not release in many markets because of the issues that it had encountered while manufacturing it. However, it seems that the company is working hard to bring the iPhone X to more markets.
Israel will be receiving the iPhone X on Nov. 23. Other markets like Albania, Bosnia, Cambodia, Kosovo, Macau, Macedonia, Malaysia, Montenegro, Serbia, South Africa, South Korea, Thailand and Turkey will be getting the iPhone X on Nov. 24. The pre-orders of the iPhone X are expected to begin in these regions seven days ahead of the actual launch date. By this, the iPhone X would be available in 71 countries across the globe.
It seems that the pre-order and purchase of iPhone X in the above mentioned markets can be done through Apple.com, Apple store, carriers and local retailer outlets. It can be availed in color choices like Space Gray and Silver.