Some MacBook Pro models see significantly longer delivery times due to the lockdown in China Listen to this article

According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, high-end MacBook Pro models are experiencing longer delivery times due to component shortages and the ongoing lockdown in China due to the global pandemic.

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In the online Apple Store, delivery of the custom M1 Max and M1 Pro versions of the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros is delayed until late May or early June, and in-store delivery isn’t available until June.

we have heard from many MacRumors Readers who were looking forward to MacBook Pro models they ordered in March and April have now experienced significant delays in their shipments due to Apple’s supply issues.

MacRumors For example, reader Eric placed an order in March and was supposed to receive his machine on April 22, but now his order has been delayed until mid-May. MacRumors Reader Vera was supposed to receive the MacBook Pro M1 Max on April 13, but now the estimated delivery date is May 9-16.

We’ve received several reports from disappointed Apple customers who have been patiently waiting for their MacBook Pro models to arrive in April, many of whom are now forced to wait until at least May as Apple resolves its supply issues. tries to.

Apple can provide more details about its supply chain issues during its Q2 2022 earnings call, which takes place on Thursday, April 28. In addition to MacBook Pro shipping delays, Apple is also seeing delays for Mac Studio and some Intel-based Mac Pro models with M1 Ultra chips.

The MacBook Air, Mac Mini, and iMac seem to be readily available, as do Apple’s iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.