"iPhones are at the top of the wish list for many people every black Friday, and retailers fight each other with all sorts of interesting offers on Apple's flagship product," reports Chris Smith for BGR.

"This year, several retailers have announced iPhone offers covering the latest iPhone models, with Walmart as one of the companies that suggested some impressive discounts on 201

8 and 2017 iPhones," Smith reports. "However, buyers who came early to take advantage of the agreements quickly discovered that not all stores saved enough units to meet the demand."

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"However, Walmart did not have enough iPhone storage in several places, and Business Insider was the first to notice complaints about social media from customers who could not score their desired iPhone deal in Walmart stores," Smith reports. . "One of the problems seems to be a lack of information, as customers were unable to know which Walmart sites would store specific iPhone models."

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MacDailyNews Take: Wal-Mart should not have announced it if they only had a few devices in stock so that they were not accused of driving a bait and changing order.