After initial doom-and-gloom warnings about severe iPhone X shortages at launch, things are looking up. If you order a phone right now from Apple's online store, you're looking at a ship time of two to three weeks, which is a dramatic improvement on the six-week wait times when the iPhone X hadn't launched yet.
But you still shouldn't expect the phone to be consistently in stock -- as in, being able to pop down the Apple Store on your way to work to pick one up -- for a while. Apple doesn't comment on its stock levels or manufacturing plans, but the carriers (who still sell around 75% of iPhones) do, and their forecast isn't all that great.
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