Apple’s Mac Studio still experiences a 10-week shipping lag nearly six months after its release


The Mac Studio still experiences lengthy waits on the Apple website nearly six months after its debut, with M1 Ultra configurations experiencing delays of up to ten weeks.

Depending on the specific storage and memory configurations, the standard Mac Studio with the M1 Max chip is anticipated to ship in one to three weeks. Customers who want to purchase the more potent M1 Ultra processor will have to wait up to 10 weeks for the version with a 64-core GPU and at least seven weeks for the basic model with a 48-core GPU.

The Mac Studio, a cross between a Mac mini and a Mac Pro, provides clients with a full selection of ports in a small package with potent performance.

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Customers can utilize the Studio Display, an external monitor, with any Mac in conjunction with the Mac Studio. The Mac Studio and Studio Display are marketed by Apple as the best Apple-powered professional Mac workplaces. There is a 3–4 week delay for the Studio Display with a tilt-and height-adjustable stand.

Except for certain 24-inch iMac configurations, which are stated as being 3–4 weeks out, other Macs in Apple’s lineup are still easily available for purchase without any noticeable delays.

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