Only two days after pre-orders started, Apple has now begun transporting the first batch of iPhone 13 orders to early purchasers. Lamentably, nonetheless, this doesn’t mean you ought to anticipate that your iPhone 13 pre-order should show up any sooner than the September 24 release date.
On the off chance that you check your order status through the Apple Store Online or Apple Store application, you’ll probably see that your iPhone 13 pre-order is as yet “preparing to ship.” But, on the off chance that you head to the UPS website, you can follow the progress of your order and watch as it advances toward your state.
To do this, either enroll in the UPS My Choice platform or use the “Track by Reference Number” feature. The reference number is reasonable the phone number listed on your Apple order or your order number without the last two digits. Not all iPhones have been moved to UPS just yet, notwithstanding, so make certain to continue to check consistently in the event that you can’t track down yours right now.
UPS has likewise made changes to the “Track by Reference Number” feature, to restrict the “display of reference number tracking details for improved security”. This implies your smartest choice these days is to enroll in the UPS My Choice platform.
When you discover your iPhone 13 in the UPS system, you can follow it as it goes all throughout the world and at last advances toward your doorstep on Friday, September 24. Obviously, Apple doesn’t update the shipment status of new iPhone orders through its website until some other time in the week when we’re nearer to the official release date.
What’s more, once more, remember that since orders are now release doesn’t mean you ought to expect your iPhone 13 early. Apple works intimately with UPS and its other shipping partners to guarantee that packages show up no sooner than its planned release date, paying little heed to what the estimated date displayed in UPS demonstrates. This year, that date is Friday, September 24.
While you look out for your iPhone 13, Citing environmental concerns, remember that Apple is done including earphones or a charging brick for the iPhone 13 box this year.