“Today, 89 Apple stores — still a majority — have iPhones in stock, but 37 of those stores with stocks today are different ones than they were yesterday. Said another way, each store seems to be having a regular cycle of selling out and getting resupplied,” Carl Howe reports for Blackfriars’ Marketing.

“We theorize that Apple is trying to spread its limited manufacturing capacity around the country in fairly equal measure. Our proof? After being out of stock of iPhones since the launch day almost two weeks ago, the two stores in Hawaii now have iPhones in stock,” Howe reports.

Blackfriars’ has created a very nice live map that shows iPhone availability at US Apple Retail Stores at a glance.

See the Apple Store iPhone Availability Map here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Jennifer” for the heads up.]