In the UK, US and Australia delivery with start on 19th September.
After its debut on 9th September, Apple announced that it had received over four million pre-order for the iPhone 6 within the first 24 hours, which is a new record for the company.
Apple announced that the delivery process will start this Friday (19th September) for customers in US, UK, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong; Japan, Puerto Rico, and Singapore.
Deliveries in Saudi Arabia, New Zealand and Spain will begin on 26th September.
While orders will be delivered in September, many iPhone pre-orders are also scheduled for delivery in October.
Apple reported that two million pre-orders were logged in during the first day for iPhone 5, and one million for iPhone 4S phones in October 2011.
The iPhone maker did not reveal details about the first day order for 5C and 5S but reported sale of 9 million units within the first three days.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said: "Pre-orders for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus set a new record for Apple."
The company entered into the big display market with its 5.5 inch iPhone 6 Plus, and 4.7 inch iPhone 6, It increased the display size and reduced overall size to create a slim phone, powered by Apple A8 chip and featuring its latest iOS 8.
Reports suggest that the record number of pre order shows the demand big screen iPhone had in the market.