For those who weren’t camping outside the Apple Store all night and didn’t get a chance to get the new iPhone X, Apple is now listing the device’s availability at stores on its site.

The new information, first spotted by MacRumors, shows which store has the iPhone X in stock for same-day pickup orders. Consumers in the U.S. can go to Apple.com, pick the iPhone X, select their carrier and color preference and then click the “Pickup: Check availability” option under the model capacity options. Customers can check the availability by plugging in their city or zip code.

For example, if customers plug in Seattle, they’ll see nine stores in the area do not have availability for the iPhone X, while Los Angeles only displayed one store. Miami and New York had no availability.

If the site shows the iPhone X is available at a store, customers will be able to order their phone online and reserve it for same-day pickup (Apple usually asks to see a photo ID).

Other countries are also listing online the availability of the iPhone X at stores: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom. Meanwhile, some nations (Belgium, Canada, Mexico, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom ) have again started to take similar iPhone X reservations online.

The iPhone X was released in stores worldwide on Friday at 8 a.m. local time. Apple, carriers and retail stores began taking pre-orders for the device last Friday.

The 10th anniversary iPhone has been popular, with a greater response than the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. Many customers who tried to get an iPhone X from an Apple store on Friday were turned away and were told to order the smartphone online instead.

Some people who pre-ordered the device last Friday had an estimated shipping date between Nov. 17-24, however, they saw their date improve to a time frame around Nov. 8. Those who order their iPhone X now on Apple.com should expect to wait 3-4 weeks.

The iPhone X is available in Space Grey and silver. The 64GB iPhone X model is priced at $999, while the 256GB version is going for $1,149.

The device comes with new features, like the Face ID, Animoji, an edge-to-edge Super Retina display with OLED technology, wireless charging and a vertical dual-camera system.