Me and a friend got up early on launch day, got to our local Verizon store at about 4:30am, and waited for doors to open. I have done this for consecutive years with great success. I pre-ordered the iPhone 4s and it was delivered launch day around noon. But the next year for the iPhone 5s, I went to the store early on launch day; and the same last year for the 6. My wife decided to upgrade to a 64GB 6s in RG, and I decided to go with the 64GB 6s+ in Space Gray this year, as well as my friend (and his wife who was upgrading went with 64GB 6s+ in Gold). Well, after much anticipation, we got into the store only to find out that they didn't have a SINGLE 6s+, and told us that Apple didn't allocate any to the Carrier stores. So we proceeded to order our phones and were given a shipping date of 10/12/15. I was able to get my wife's 6s, but we basically waited in line all morning to walk out with receipts . So my friends wife (6s+ in Gold) got her phone a week ahead of schedule, but me and my buddy (64GB 6s+) got emails yesterday (on our supposed shipping dates) that said the following: "Thank you for your recent order. Verizon has not received sufficient supply to ship your order on time. We now expect to ship your order by the new date listed below. Order Number(s): xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Item Quantity New Ship Date Apple iPhone 6s Plus 64GB in Space Gray 10/19/2015" I figured the 64GB in SG would be the most "vanilla" of the models, with the highest demand, and in turn, the highest supply. But apparently I was wrong. Needless to say, I will stay up and Pre-Order from now on. It seems to be the better of the two options that deprive me of sleep. Anyone else having this experience? Share your experiences!