iPhone 4S selling out in Broward, Palm Beach counties - Sun

Time is running out if who want to buy an iPhone 4S soon. Cell phone carriers and retailers across South Florida are selling out of Apple’s latest device.

BrandsMart USA stores sold out of their iPhone 4S supplies on the first day, said Angus Bryan, vice president of merchandising. ATT and Verizon officials also report that stores in local counties have run out of the iPhone 4S and that others may deplete soon as well.

“We started selling out of some models of the device last Friday,” said Kelly Layne Starling, ATT spokesperson. “And while I don’t have a store-by-store inventory list, I think it’s safe to say we’ve sold out of some of the models in stores throughout Palm Beach and Broward counties.”

The same story is true for other carriers.

“Verizon has seen a tremendous interest in the new iPhone 4s in Broward, throughout South Florida and across the state,” said company spokesperson Chuck Hamby. “Our online ordering system worked perfectly and a lot of South Florida customers pre-ordered, but due to the enormous demand, the inventory that we had in stores at launch has been depleted.”

Carriers and retailers alike are asking customer to order for home delivery via stores or online. However, customers may have to wait three to four weeks for delivery, possibly sooner.

If you want an iPhone 4S soon:

Call your local stores to ask about inventory before you visit in person.

Check daily, as some stores are getting small shipments randomly. Perhaps a nice clerk will be willing to call you when a new shipment arrives.

Go ahead and order online now. You may have to wait a bit, but the longer you wait to order the longer your shiny new iPhone 4S will take to arrive.

What do you say? Are you having a tough time buying a new iPhone 4S at local South Florida stores? Have you bought one and want to share your experience? Send an email to [email protected]

Article source: http://blogs.sun-sentinel.com/consumerblog/2011/10/21/iphone-4s-selling-out-in-broward-palm-beach-counties/

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