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The iPhone 7 Plus will not be available in Apple stores this Friday

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Apple’s Jet Black iPhone 7 is completely, utterly, totally sold out. Furthermore, the iPhone 7 Plus is sold out regardless of color. 

A company rep told Mashable, via email, that this version of the iPhone 7 will not be available in Apple stores for walk-in customers this Friday. Other colors — silver, gold, rose gold, and black — will be available in “limited quantities,” Apple told us. 

As for the iPhone 7 Plus, it won’t be available in stores at all — until further notice. 

If you haven’t pre-ordered on time, the only way to get a Jet Black iPhone 7 or the iPhone 7 Plus in any color is at Apple’s partner locations (such as carriers), where the devices may be available (probably at very limited quantities).  Read more…

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Source: Monorail, Tavis Ormandy (Twitter)

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