“By checking in the morning and evenings you can see the ebb and flow of X’s in a store’s inventory (but not how many),” Jones writes. “Last weekend almost half of the various versions were available but it fell to 20% on Tuesday evening. They crossed 50% to 52% on Thursday night so it will be interesting to see if it maintains this level during the weekend when sales should be strong.”
“While in-store availability has increased it may be better to order one on Apple’s website,” Jones writes. “If you want to pick it up at a store you can order an X on Apple’s website and have it held for you (as long as the specific version you want shows it is in stock).”
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MacDailyNews Take: Apple is doing better than many expected with iPhone X supply, especially regarding earlier reports of production bottlenecks for certain components (vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers) that were said to negatively impact iPhone X production.