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As WWDC looms, Apple is quickly running out of Macs

It is often said that clues about what Apple is to launch at an upcoming event can be found if you take a look at Apple’s online store to see the expected shipping dates on certain products. So normally, a long wait time for Apple products ahead of WWDC would be a sure sign that something’s new coming, but in these days of global component shortages, there are plenty of reasons why buying a Mac isn’t as easy as it used to be. Still, the timing isn’t great. As Apple readies the release of a new macOS beta, many developers are going to be looking for new machines in June to experimentación out their apps, and they could be in for a long wait. Shipping of most MacBook Pros models is delayed for months, and stock of the new Mac Studio, especially the M1 Ultra model, is similarly constrained. In fact, the only Macs that don’t appear to be in short supply in the U.S. are the older M1 Macs: the MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and 24-inch iMac, all of which are mostly available for shipping immediately. While Apple shipping delays are hardly a new phenomenon, particularly with newer products, just last month, many of these products were being shipped within 2-3 weeks. with the M1 Max MacBook Pros having a six-weeks backlog. So it’s getting bad out there. Here’s when you can expect to get your Mac if you order from the Apple Store today: 14-inch Macbook Pro U.S.: Delivery from July 4 to 19 (7-9 weeks)U.K.: Delivery from July 5 to 19 (7-9 weeks)Germany: Delivery in 7-9 weeksAustralia: Delivery from July 4 to 18 (7-9 weeks)16-inch Macbook Pro U.S.: Delivery from July 4 to 19 (7-9 weeks)U.K.: Delivery from July 5 to 19 (7-9 weeks)Germany: Delivery in 7-8 weeksAustralia: Delivery from July 4 to 18 (7-9 weeks)If you want a 14-inch MacBook Pro expect a wait of about 7-8 weeks if you buy from Apple.IDG MacBook Air U.S.: Delivery from May 20 to 27 (1-2 weeks)U.K.: Delivery from June 29 to July 12 (6-8 weeks)Germany: Delivery in 6-8 weeksAustralia: Delivery in 1-2 weeksMac Studio U.S.: Delivery from May 20 to 27 (1-2 weeks) for M1 Max; July 4 to 19 (7-8 weeks) for M1 UltraU.K.: Delivery from June 7 to 14 (3-4 weeks) for M1 Max; July 5 to 19 (7-8 weeks) for M1 UltraGermany: Delivery in 3-4 weeks for M1 Max; 7-9 weeks for M1 UltraAustralia: Delivery from June 3 to 10 (2-3 weeks) for M1 Max; July 4 to 18 (7-8 weeks) for M1 UltraThere’s a 9-10 week wait if you want to buy a M1 Ultra Mac Studio from Apple right now!Willis Lai/Foundry Mac Pro U.S.: Delivery in 3 to 4 weeks; up to 6 weeks for higher-end configurationsU.K.: Delivery from May 25 May to 27 (2-3 weeks); up to 6 weeks for higher configurationsGermany: Delivery in 5-7 weeksAustralia: Delivery in 10-11 weeksHowever, not every Mac is unavailable. You can still order these Macs in the Apple Store and get them (almost) immediately: 13-inch Macbook Pro U.S.: Delivery today or tomorrowU.K.: Delivery by May 16Germany: Delivery tomorrowAustralia: Delivery tomorrowiMac U.S.: Delivery today or tomorrowU.K.: Delivery by May 16Germany: Delivery today or tomorrowAustralia: Delivery tomorrowMac mini U.S.: Delivery today or tomorrowU.K.: Delivery by May 16Germany: Delivery tomorrowAustralia: Delivery tomorrowJust because Apple has low stock right now doesn’t mean you won’t be able to buy one of the above Macs. We can confirm that various retailers do still have stock of certain Macs – and many of them are offering great discounts. Check out these articles that include the best deals on Mac you can get. Best MacBook Pro deals Best MacBook Air deals Best iMac deals Best Mac mini deals Best Studio Mac deals