Apple will be presenting new products at WWDC in around two weeks, but the prospect of the latest products being available at short notice is becoming increasingly worse. After production in China had to be temporarily halted due to the recent development of the pandemic, delivery times continue to deteriorate.
While Apple indicated delivery times of one to two months for many products in April, it now takes eight to ten weeks from ordering to delivery for selected products. For example, if you have an Apple Studio Display ordered at prices from 1,749 euros, who can expect delivery in eight to ten weeks. Specifically, the Apple Online Store specifies the period between July 27 and August 13 for delivery. The Studio Display is also currently available from other retailers hardly better looking.
The Mac Studio with Apple M1 Ultra can only ship in seven to nine weeks, while the base model with M1 Max can still ship in one to two weeks after ordering. All models of the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro with M1 Pro or M1 Max and the MacBook Air can also only be delivered in six to eight weeks when ordered from the Apple Online Store. However, some of these laptops are still in stock at other retailers – the MacBook Air, for example, is available for around 940 euros on Amazonwhile also the 14-inch MacBook Pro with M1 Pro and 1TB of storage can be delivered by Amazon at short notice.
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