How so? a) You're going to get the phone before Thursday, so relax. That's the guaranteed delivery date that FedEx provides as part of its service, but they usually exceed that time, and they will for your shipment. b) It's a national holiday, and a long weekend, so it actually ought to be a positive surprise that your shipment moved at all over the weekend, instead of bitching about how it might take a while on the other side of the weekend. It's no surprise that the China part of the trip is well-organized - there's no holiday, and they're shipping hundreds of thousands of these things each day in airfreight cargo containers, so it's no wonder it hopped on one flight quickly. Obviously things slow down as these phones get delivered to the hundreds of thousands of individual destinations. c) Your phone shipped for free, direct from China, overall saving you time and effort and money, and is going to arrive inside of one week. You ought to be marveling at the efficiency and service on offer, rather than bitching on about how one section of the trip is taking longer than you'd like. The problem with giving tracking info to spoiled people is that instead of being grateful that the overall service is performed remarkably, they complain about how one small part of the service doesn't meet their expectations. d) In the meantime, you've ordered a phone with an obvious design flaw. Wonder if you'll be saying "Fuck you, Apple" when it arrives. Probably not. e) Plug in your computer.