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Some Apple products, including recently launched devices, are currently experiencing delays in delivery time, which may indicate that the ongoing chip shortage may have a more significant impact on Apple and its products. During the company’s third-quarter earnings conference call, Apple CEO Tim Cook warned thatThe chip shortage that has plagued the industry in the past few months will affect iPhone shipments this year. Although Cook may be referring to the problems encountered by the upcoming iPhone 13, if the shortage continues, the problems may spread to existing models.


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Prior to the expected update, the inventory of current and upcoming last-generation devices may be exhausted, as Apple leaves market space for newer models. Therefore, at the time of writing this article, some configurations of iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 have shown shipping time as long as 2 weeks.

Similarly, in the entire Apple Watch series, some 6-generation aluminum case models have at least three to four weeks of inventory, while stainless steel models are completely sold out or have at least three weeks. Next Tuesday (September 14), Apple is expected to release iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7 to replace existing models.

Although the iPhone and Apple Watch will be updated soon, which may cause delays in shipments, other products are less certain. For example, the 21.5-inch iMac using the M1 Apple Silicon chip currently needs to wait at least three to four weeks. In fact, all products using M1 Apple Silicon chips are currently experiencing some form of delay.

For example, depending on the configuration, the delivery time of the M1 13-inch MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro is three days or up to one week, but the specific time will vary slightly with different products. Under normal circumstances, depending on the location, the product may also be delivered on the same day.


The M1 Apple Silicon chip was announced in November last year. Since its release, Apple has expanded it to more products, including iPad Pro. The abnormal delivery time of many M1 products can be used as further proof that the shortage of chips directly limits the production of M1 and hinders the delivery time and general supply.

In the past few months, some reports indicate that Apple’s suppliers are struggling to keep up with demand. Specifically, the company’s supplier of the mini LED display for the upcoming MacBook Pro is said to have been struggling to achieve a satisfactory output level, which may prompt Apple to pay for products from additional suppliers.


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