Apple launched the new flagship smartphone, iPhone 5s, two days ago and it appears the company has already run out of stock on all models giving an estimated shipping date of October.
Initially online orders gave a 7-10 day shipping wait but it appears Apple's September stock has completely dried up.
The news is true for the rest of the world too with Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, Singapore, and the US all showing October estimates for iPhone 5s shipping.
UK network 02 confirmed stock concerns that they, along with other retailers, had received little to no devices and customers would only be able to pre-order with a wait time of 3-6 weeks.
According to MacRumours, the iPhone 5s in gold was the most popular selling our within 28 minutes after launch in the US.
Apple also launched the iPhone 5c and it seems the company's new budget device is still available in every colour and capacity, dispatching within 24 hours.
Apple is expected to official announce sales figures in a press release on Monday.
Last year it was reported that the iPhone 5 received over two million pre-orders in 24 hours.
Read T3's review of the iPhone 5s here.