3 Responses to “iPhone, Out of My Reach”

  1. altavistagoogle Says:

    1 million iPhones sold in the first three days, not dollars.

    Does your dad work 7 days a week?

  2. javabeanwill Says:

    The new iPhones are definitely very hard to get these days. I actually got mine via AT&T’s direct fulfillment option. It can take a while to come in but you are guaranteed to get one and you don’t have to drive around camping out at Apple stores or AT&T stores. It might take around 3 to 4 weeks to come in though. They will call you when it arrives at the store you ordered it from and you will have a certain amount of time to pick it up. I think you have 7 days or something like that.

    This is also convenient since you are on a family talk plan and I’m assuming your Father will have to go to the store and set it up for you. When your phone arrives they will be holding it in your name which means your Father can go with you one day after work to get it. Ok, I hope this info helps. If you end up getting your new iPhone post about it here. I want to know about it. I hope it works out for you soon to get one. 🙂

  3. koldfyre Says:

    I totally should have signed up for ATT’s direct fulfillment option…I just thought that the hype would be over by now and there would be enough iPhones for everyone!
    I just cannot believe that there has not been a day when I called the Apple Store and they said that they had iPhones in stock. Even if they did, the lines were long and they would be sold out by the end of the day.

    Will definitely let everyone know that I bought an iPhone in every possible way!

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