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For certain early customers of the M1 Pro/Max MacBook Pro, shipment times have improved.

Apple released the new MacBook Pros in 14-inch and 16-inch sizes yesterday, with the first orders expected to arrive on Tuesday, October 26. While supplies began to dwindle rapidly, and delivery dates pushed to November and December, Apple has some good news for customers today.

Today, Apple is sending emails to 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro purchasers telling them that their “delivery date has been changed.” While the email’s subject line may appear to be frightening, Apple really offers some good news.

In many cases, Apple is moving delivery estimates up by more than a week for these MacBook Pro purchasers.

As it tries to introduce these new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models, Apple is encountering a number of roadblocks, including severe supply chain limitations and global shipping delays. Nonetheless, the firm appears to be following the “under promise and over deliver” policy when it comes to delivering predictions for the new MacBook Pros.

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