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DPD iPhone 7 delivery tracking in UK

In the past we have been use to the SYNCREON parcel delivery service for Apple products, but they often use other companies. And so, it was no surprise to receive a text message from DPD this morning in regards to the iPhone 7 being delivered to us in the UK.


The message read, “Your order will be delivered 16 Sep by DPD.” You also have the option to make changes if you are not going to be in, but that’s not an issue at all.

Track my parcel – is also an option, where you can then enter your reference number given and your postcode, and the following details will show up.

  • We’ve received your order details, and we’re expecting your parcel shortly
  • Not going to be in?
  • Collect from Pickup Shop
  • Deliver to my neighbour
  • Change the delivery day
  • Where has my parcel been?

You can also download the DPD app, so you will never miss your parcel again. Which we are sure will be downloaded even more seeing as though Apple are using that delivery company to send out the iPhone 7. Having said that, they could also be using SYNCREON seeing as though there will be a huge number of parcels to deliver tomorrow coning from Apple.

Have you had your text or email yet?

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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