Apple begins shipping the redesigned MacBook Pro to customers ahead of its official launch

Apple, a technology company, began shipping a device MacBook Pro The new 14-inch and 16-inch models are available for customers with an early delivery date, as new Macs still aren’t sufficiently available.

The company has recently worked on a complete redesign of the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, which is the first since its controversial redesign in 2016, with the redesign of 2021. Apple redesigned the device, as it worked to provide ports on the MacBook Pro, Like a card slot. HDMI and SD, and MagSafe brought them back. The new MacBook Pro is also powered by m1 Chips Pro or M1 Max, Apple’s first silicon chips designed for business devices.

Although the company is currently shipping the new MacBook Pro to customers ahead of its launch next Tuesday, those who haven’t placed their orders yet, or may have done so soon after pre-orders began, should be ready to order the new device if they want. Apple opened up pre-orders for the completely redesigned MacBook Pro after last week’s “Unleashed” event, and within minutes of pre-orders starting, delivery dates were already swinging for weeks and in some cases over a month.

14-inch models have a minimum wait of 3/4 weeks for delivery, 16-inch models 4-5 weeks, exact delivery date estimates vary based on location, configuration, etc.

It is noteworthy that weeks before the Christmas season, which is considered the peak order time for Apple, a number of the company’s products are still facing long delivery times, including the latest iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro models, even the Apple Watch Series 7, which may affect the Holiday purchase plans for clients.


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