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Orders for all but the base Mac Studio or MacBook Pro specs are now facing significant delays.
Apple’s online setup options for the Mac Studio, 14-inch MacBook Pro, and 16-inch MacBook Pro have all been delayed. As when the devices were first released, each is now out of stock for up to “10 to 12 weeks”, according to Apple’s online store.
Currently, a base 16-inch MacBook Pro can be ordered and picked up today, while the base M1 Max Mac Studio can ship in eight days. The base 14-inch MacBook Pro is now expected to ship June 27 through July 12.
The M1 Ultra Mac Studio base is the same from June 27 to July 12.
It is the configured options that show much longer wait times. Make any changes – from choosing a different processor to adding software – and the current dates change to:
- M1 Max Mac Studio: June 24 to July 1
- M1 Ultra Mac Studio: “10-12 weeks”
- 14-inch MacBook Pro: July 6 to July 21
- 16-inch MacBook Pro: July 6 to July 21
Apple’s Studio Display is also experiencing delays, with all configurations – different stands, optional nanotexture display – taking 8-10 weeks to ship.
These kinds of lags are now familiar when a device has just launched, and it’s a demonstration of the initial demand. There may be a similar stretch in shipping dates as Apple runs out of stock in preparation for new devices, but none of these models will likely be replaced for a long time.
Units in stock and on sale at Apple resellers
Despite lengthy order delays at Apple, Apple Authorized Reseller Adorama has many MacBook Pro models in stock and ready to ship with discounts of up to $300.
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The standard Mac Studio is also in stock at Adorama, with promo code APINSIDER dropping $50 off AppleCare.
For detailed activation instructions, please see our step-by-step guide to redeeming the coupon.