Apple has today announced that the iPhone X will be coming to a whole host of new countries later this month, with the smartphone going on sale in Albania, Bosnia, Cambodia, Kosovo, Macau, Macedonia, Malaysia, Montenegro, Serbia, South Africa, South Korea, Thailand, and Turkey beginning Friday, November 24.

Those buying in Israel will be able to pick an iPhone X up a day earlier, starting Thursday, November 23rd.

Apple has confirmed that the iPhone X will be available via its carrier partners in all of the above countries, with those with Apple Stores also offering the device. Anyone wishing to order via Apple’s online store will be able to, assuming one is available in their country, with pricing also announced for sales via that route.

• Malaysia — starting at RM 5,149
• South Korea — starting at ₩1,420,000
• Thailand — starting at ฿40,500
• Turkey — starting at 6.099 TL

It is unknown just how much stock will be available at launch across this second wave of launches. With new orders placed in countries in which the iPhone X is already available now stretching anywhere between 3 and 5 weeks before expected delivery, it is unlikely that the second wave of launches will receive a huge number of devices. However, it is not expected that Apple will not have at least some iPhone X handsets ready for day one.

After this latest launch-wave, iPhone X will be available in a total of 71 countries having previously been available in 57 countries since November 3 launch.

The iPhone X has proven popular among those who have been able to pick one up since its launch last Friday, November 3rd and reviews in the press have also been favorable. Initial concerns over Face ID reliability appear to have been unfounded, with the new phone’s OLED display coming in for particular praise.

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