Back in force for the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro
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Back in force for the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro

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Computers are now easier to obtain.

When they were released at the end of 2021, the new MacBook Pro with M1 Pro or M1 Max chip impressed with their performance and ProMotion screen. But a small problem quickly came to disappoint prospects interested in computers. This is the delivery time, sometimes requiring you to wait more than a month to receive the package or obtain supplies from the store.

The fault is particularly strong demand , coupled with the shortage of components that currently affects many subcontractors in Asia. A situation then having direct repercussions on the assembly lines, and therefore on the stocks available to end customers.

Better for the month of March

A quick survey analyzing the information offered on Apple’s official Chinese, European and American sites, however, shows that the trend is improving. These geographical areas, which are the most prolific for the apple brand, thus offer lead times of only a few days in a large proportion of regions.

Of course this may differ depending on the precise address of each and living near a distribution center or an Apple Store should help, but it is excellent news for investors who monitor the turnover. .

Where to buy the 2021 MacBook Pros?

If it is therefore always possible to find the latest laptops from Apple at their manufacturer, it is however not necessarily the best choice given that few reductions are offered there. In France, it is thus at the resellers that the promotions generally arrive first.

Note that for the most limited budgets, it is rumored that another MacBook Pro with this time a lower price is in preparation. He could be out soon …

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