iPhone 7 Plus Seeing its Widest Availability Yet Across United States

Just one week after Apple said there would be no iPhone 7 Plus stock on launch day for walk-in customers, in-store availability of the dual-camera smartphone has reached its widest level yet across the United States. iPhone Upgrade Program members can use Apple's online reservation system to secure their model for in-store pickup, or visit an Apple location as a walk-in customer.

iPhone 7 Plus stock at Apple Stores in the U.S. on Thursday

iStockNow, a website that uses Google Maps to visualize the real-time status of iPhone availability at Apple Stores, currently shows iPhone 7 Plus models in select colors and storage capacities available in dozens of states, such as California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, the Carolinas, and Texas. Jet Black models, however, remain out of stock at stores across the country.

iPhone 7 Plus stock at Apple Stores in the U.S. on Tuesday

iPhone 7 Plus models in select storage capacities and colors, sans Jet Black, are also available in Canada at Eaton Centre in Toronto, Markville Shopping Centre in Markham, Upper Canada Mall in Newmarket, Masonville Place in London, Rideau Centre and Bayshore Shopping Centre in Ottawa, and Place Sainte-Foy in Québec City. Availability in western provinces should be updated around 8:00 a.m. local time.

Reserve and Pick Up in Canada is not tied to the iPhone Upgrade Program, and simply allows customers to reserve and pay for an iPhone at a local Apple Store, with a 30-minute check-in window. Activation is available for carriers like Bell, Rogers, and Telus, or customers can buy an iPhone outright and use their own SIM card. Make sure to have a piece of government-issued ID with you upon pickup.

iPhone 7 Plus availability could change at any time. iPhone 7 models remain more widely available in both the U.S. and Canada.

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42 months ago
I wish they would ship me my pre-order instead of shipping it to the local stores for walk in customers. Just sayin...
Rating: 12 Votes
42 months ago
This happens every year. People complain about not getting their phones. Production catches up. People get their phones. People love their phones.

Rinse and repeat. :)
Rating: 11 Votes
42 months ago
Still no Jet Black Phones...:eek::(
Rating: 10 Votes
42 months ago
This just in, product becomes easier to find shortly after release than immediately at release.
Rating: 7 Votes
42 months ago
What does this mean exactly, no one wants iPhone 7, or iPhone 7 stock levels are high? Would be nice if Apple released weekend sales figures like they used to only up until recently.
Rating: 5 Votes
42 months ago
zero black/jet black in 256 for AT&T....
Rating: 5 Votes
42 months ago

then you'd think Apple would have fixed the problem by now and had a decent amount of phones available for release week. Yet (as you accurately point out), Apple can't seem to figure out how to make enough iPhones for the first week rush.

And, I don't know about you, but it doesn't take a genius to figure out that a new color, black, on a model with a new dual camera, the Plus, would be a winning combination that people want, and I'm no Apple Executive, but maybe make MORE of that model and LESS of the Rose Gold?

Last year, Apple had over 13 million iPhone sales in the first week. That's an awful lot. And it's very, very difficult to keep on top of that.

You'll need to manufacture about 150,000 phones a day, just to reach 1 million phones in a week — never mind 13 million. Then you need to package them. Ship them. Insure them. Distribute them.

Seldom other companies have the supply problem Apple does, because seldom other companies have the demand that Apple does.

I really don't think Apple are as incompetent as some people here think they are. These are ludicrous, unparalleled numbers.
Rating: 5 Votes
42 months ago
Got me a Jet Black 7 (128gb) today - very chuffed! A friend woke up early (6am) and surprised me by booking me a slot - how nice is that?! :)

Loving the jet black - I think this may have replaced the 5C as my new favourite iPhone design.
Rating: 5 Votes
42 months ago

We still have not seen any numbers for the Apple Watch.

I am sure if the numbers would make Apple look good, they would release them proudly.

If we do not hear anything from Apple about the numbers, some could take that as less than desirable sales.

Just my opinion.

Apple said they won't be releasing numbers of the Apple Watch or the iPhone 7, BEFORE they released the products.

Meanwhile, Samsung never releases numbers for anything. Not even to investors. No one bats an eye. No one says that the Galaxy Gear or the latest Galaxy phone is a flop.

Double standards.
Rating: 4 Votes
42 months ago

I wish they would ship me my pre-order instead of shipping it to the local stores for walk in customers. Just sayin...

No hurry on Apples part ... you're already a customer ... who's next in line?
Rating: 3 Votes

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