If you didn’t get your pre-orders for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in early, you may still be waiting for your desired configuration to become available, especially the hard-to-find iPhone 6 Plus. While supplies may be limited, the good news is that Apple has continued to expand its number of distribution partners and there are now more retail locations than ever where you might be able to find the iPhone of your dreams.
But rather than check all of these retailers for iPhone 6 availability individually, why not let someone else do it for you? That’s where iDeviceChecker.com comes in. The site accesses the online inventories of major iDevice retailers such as Target, Walmart, Best Buy, and RadioShack, in addition to Apple and mobile carrier retail locations, and reports current availability on a Google map of the United States.
While most interested in such a tool will be likely focused on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, iDeviceChecker.com also reports the availability of other Apple products including the iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPad Air, and iPad mini with Retina Display.
While we can’t vouch for the service’s accuracy nationwide, we called the Best Buy and Target stores here in Erie, Pennsylvania and both reported iPhone 6 stock consistent with the listings at iDeviceChecker.com. If you can’t find a retailer with current availability, there’s also an auto-notify service that will alert you if the model you’re looking for becomes available in your area.
With a broader worldwide launch following a record-breaking first weekend, it may take a few months until all iPhone models are widely available. Until then, if you’re having trouble finding the right model, give iDeviceChecker.com a shot.