Apple reportedly doled out fewer iPhone 5 units to other retailers

Eager iPhone 5 buyers wait outside Apple’s Palo Alto store early Friday morning.
(Credit: James Martin/CNET)
Apple may have reserved the lion’s share of iPhone 5 handsets for its own stores, leaving other retailers more empty-handed.
Citing “store sales staff and other people familiar with the situation,” the Wall Street Journal reported today that Apple’s own stores seemed to have a healthy stock of iPhone 5 units to sell this past weekend. But other retail outlets had to grapple with a much more limited supply right from the get-go.
People at Best Buy, RadioShack, and Target told the…

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