In store i7 availability

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  1. bwhinnen macrumors 6502

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    I'm going to be looking at getting a couple of i7's in a few weeks and I've read the threads on the delays for the custom orders involving i7's and note the 1 - 3 business day delay prior to shipment on the Apple on-line store.

    Are people in the US (I'll be in HI at the time) still finding these models available in-store? I'll be looking at both the 11" and a 13".

    Thanks in advance.

    Brett
     
  2. Mikeyswen79 macrumors member

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    Having gone to an Apple store today, I saw both the 11" (256 GB SSD) and the 13" available in i7.
     
  3. sloan47 macrumors member

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    The Apple Store definitely has i7's in stock. Just call ahead to make sure they haven't sold out.
     
  4. iphonsteve4ajob macrumors regular

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    I think its mostly the re-sellers with stock issues. I'd just call ahead.
     
  5. bwhinnen thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Thanks for the replies everyone. Can't wait to pick them up, just a few weeks to wait.
     
  6. richpjr macrumors 68030

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    I looked in 3 different Apple stores before I bought mine two weeks ago and all had the i7s in stock.
     
  7. brand, Aug 28, 2011
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    The i7 models that the Apple stores do have in stock are usually only the fully configured models with the 256GB SSD.
     
  8. bwhinnen thread starter macrumors 6502

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    That's what I thought might be the case... I really only need 128 in the 11", but the wife wants 256 in the 13", she has to get the top of the line in the model.
     

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