Wednesday, Jan 20, 2021, 11:11 Hardware

Current Delivery Times for M1 Macs, AirPods Max, and HomePod mini in the US

The long wait times after the announcement of new Apple products have become customary and for those who don't strike immediately after the start of sales, the wait often takes weeks. As expected, these long wait times have also affected the new M1 Macs, unexpected – the extreme increase in Apple's delivery prognosis for the AirPods Max. In this article, we'll detail the the current delivery situation of a few popular products.

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The 3 M1 Macs: 4 Weeks at the Most
Apple's only desktop Mac (the Mac mini) with in-house chips has had shorter delievery times than either of the M1 notebooks since November and December. At the moment, both the base model Mac Mini and option with extra RAM and a larger SSD are available within 2 days of purchase. The wait for the base model MacBook Air will take a little longer, currently taking 1-2 weeks after purchase. The option with an upgraded SSD will take 2-3 weeks. It looks a little better for the new MacBook Pro, with the base model arriving within 1-2 weeks of purchase and the upgraded option likely within the week. Curent custom models of the MacBook pro should arrive between the 5th and 12th of next month, the 12th and 19th of next month for custom MacBook Airs, and custom Mac minis should arrive between the 11th and 18th of next month.

HomePod mini: 2-3 Weeks
It appears as if both colors of the HomePod mini will arrive between the 4th and 11th of next month.

AirPods Max: 2 Months?
Those looking to get their AirPods Max with the complimentary custom engraving AirPods Max will have to wait until March 19th-25th. If that's too long of a wait, you can get them without the free engraving by the 18th-25th of next month.

All iPhone 12s: By Tomorrow (if ordered by 5PM today)
According to Apple's own site, all models of the iPhone 12 and 12 mini should be available by tomorrow, if ordered before 5PM today. The same goes for the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max.

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