Delivery Tracking?

xisforextreme

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Nov 5, 2004
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Does anyone know how to track where your delivery from the Apple Store (UK) is in the country? I have been waiting and waiting and I would really like to know just how far away it is. I've looked around the site but haven't found anywhere to track it, if someone knows how to, I would really apprecite it, and you would be one step closer to claiming my magical coupon code! Look! :p
 

xisforextreme

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Nov 5, 2004
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
thanks! Suzhou China!!! :mad: How can they justify not delivering to Malaysia, or having a Malaysian store, when its so much closer! I can't believe I've travelled all around the world to order my iBook to find out I was closer to it when I was home! :mad:
 

xisforextreme

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Nov 5, 2004
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
When the iBook comes from Suzhou to the UK, does it come by airplane or ship? Apple estimated it would take 6-7 days, but this seems too little for a ship, which would have to have its containers processed by the port authority on arrival, which would take weeks! But it also seems too long for an airplane trip, 6-7 DAYS? even if it comes by ground travel for some distance, it shouldn't take that long. Does anyone know if 6-7 days is the correct time, or if apple are just being conservative (pessimistic) in giving you the longest time posssible as an estimate. In short; WHEN WILL I GET MY IBOOK! :confused:
 

mattzilla

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Jul 5, 2005
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Well mine left China on Saturday, arrived in the Netherlands tonight, I think it should arrive (well I hope it does) on Friday. And I ordered last Thursday, so just over a week by the looks of it.
 

Hattig

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Jan 3, 2003
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London, UK
xisforextreme said:
When the iBook comes from Suzhou to the UK, does it come by airplane or ship? Apple estimated it would take 6-7 days, but this seems too little for a ship, which would have to have its containers processed by the port authority on arrival, which would take weeks! But it also seems too long for an airplane trip, 6-7 DAYS? even if it comes by ground travel for some distance, it shouldn't take that long. Does anyone know if 6-7 days is the correct time, or if apple are just being conservative (pessimistic) in giving you the longest time posssible as an estimate. In short; WHEN WILL I GET MY IBOOK! :confused:
The handover time in the Netherlands is what slows it all down.

I ordered mine last Tuesday, and it hasn't arrived yet, however TNT have the delivery code in their system, so it will probably be tomorrow or friday.
 
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