Google makes waitlists for Pixel 6 Pro because it can’t keep the phone in stock

The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro have finally gone on sale after what seems like an endless amount of leaks, teases and reveals. Google appears to have run out of stock, so the company offers waitlists that will notify you when the phone is available again.
The waitlist banner is located at the top right hand corner of the Pixel 6 Pro page in the Google Store. The company states that some Pixel 6 Pro models might be out of stock due to high demand. You can sign up to be notified when the stock is back in stock or to check out other authorized retailers that may have them. After clicking on the Pixel 6 Pro buy button, I was able to sign up for waitlists for the unlocked black and 128GB storage models.

However, Google Stores stock does not seem to have been completely depleted. I was able to see unlocked models in all three colors while writing this article. I wasn't always fast enough to verify the storage options. At one time, the Google Fi version of 128GB black was also available. Verizon customers can still choose from many Pixel 6 Pro colors and storage options. I am not a Verizon customer so I cannot add one of these models to my cart to verify if it is actually available.

We asked Google about the fluctuating stock position. The banner on Google's Pro page is accurate, but some Pro models are out of stock. The company stated in a statement to The Verge that the banner was still correct. We are working to make more models available. Customers can still check out authorized partners in the United States while stocks last.

It is possible to purchase a Pixel 6 Pro through the Google Store, if you really need one. You can join Googles waitlists if you are interested in purchasing a Pixel 6 Pro from Googles Store.