Folks who are looking to get an iPhone 14 may have no problems doing so this Christmas season. It appears that most online stores have them in stock, a sign that Apple may have finally caught up with the demand for the device after several production disruptions.

Recall that concern grew about the availability of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models heading into the holidays, particularly in the United States. It was forecasted earlier this month that both units would start shipping in three to four weeks.

A reason cited by Apple here is the production disruption in China. This was seen as a constraint that would impact supply although the Cupertino company said that it would try to do anything possible to improve supply conditions.

With the holidays just around the corner, the two concerned models are seeing improved estimated shipping dates on Apple's online store. Both iPhone 14 models are estimated to begin shipping in a week or two.

However, consumers who plan to give the iPhone 14 as a Christmas gift may likely see the device get to the recipient beyond Dec. 15, Christmas Day. However, this would still depend on other factors such as the model and its availability in select locations.

The case is not the same for other iPhone 14 models, particularly the lower-end variants.

The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, once ordered, are expected to arrive to customers only after a few days once they are ordered according to the Apple Online Store.

Aside from that, other Apple products such as the third-generation AirPods and AirPods Pro, the new 10th-generation iPad, certain Macs, Apple Watch, and HomePod mini are also expected to arrive in customers after just a couple of days.

The iPhone 14 Pro’s price starts at $999 while the iPhone 14 Pro Max is at $1,099.

A view of the new iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus A view of the new iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus Getty Images | Justin Sullivan