Well, that didn't last long. Earlier today, the Associated Press reported that Apple had stopped taking orders for the iPhone 5 because of a crush of demand that exhausted the initial product inventory. But the site was back in business Friday morning, the one caveat being the two-per-customer limit.
Apple's site now estimates the wait-time for delivery to be two weeks instead of the original date of September 21. When Apple opened up iPhone 5 preordering at midnight,
Parsing the data, Munster reaffirmed his belief that Apple will meet his 6 million to 10 million iPhone 5 unit sales estimate for the rest of this month. He also expects Apple to sell 49 million units in the fourth quarter overall.