“Apple appears to have completely caught up with consumer demand for its flagship iPhone 5s, with a new survey of the company’s retail stores finding all models completely in stock at all locations,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider.

“The research team at investment firm Piper Jaffray has conducted bi-weekly polls of 60 U.S. Apple Stores. They found that as of last week, all models of the iPhone 5s were 100 percent in stock at all locations polled,” Hughes reports. “That availability even includes unlocked iPhone 5s models, which can be purchased at full unsubsidized pricing starting at $649 for the 16-gigabyte entry-level capacity.”

“Analyst Gene Munster said the survey shows that supply of the iPhone 5s has improved ‘dramatically’ from just two weeks ago, when only 24 percent of Apple’s retail stores were found to have all iPhone models in stock,” Hughes reports. “In contrast, just 8 percent of Apple’s stores had full iPhone availability at the start of October.”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Dan K." for the heads up.]