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MacBook Pro: a MAX waiting for the big M1

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Fortunately, MacBook Pro configurations with an M1 MAX processor are not intended for the greatest number because the lead times and the availability of these models have not improved for 3 months.

Currently the 14 “and 16” equipped with an M1 Pro purchased on the Apple Store are available between February 3 and 10. But as soon as we pride ourselves on wanting to take an M1 Max option, the wait is extended until in two months, between March 3 and 16.

The choice of an M1 Max option extends the deadlines by one month

The top-of-the-range 16 “model, pre-equipped with M1 Max, can be delivered the first days of February, but nothing should be touched on its basic configuration: 32 GB / 1 TB. Otherwise, it will be immediately catapulted in March, on the dates mentioned above.

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This expectation is not new, since their launch in October, these machines in their most powerful version suffered delays which reached or even exceeded the month. Other sellers are no better off – the M1 Max is missing everywhere – and it’s hit or miss on M1 Pro-based models.

MacBook Pro: first deadlines for Macs with the M1 Max chip

MacBook Pro: first deadlines for Macs with the M1 Max chip

There is stock in 14 “and 16” at Fnac and Darty but in a limited choice of configurations. Same thing at Boulanger where half of the 11 references are absent subscribers. Gifts are even rarer at Amazon (a little 16 “in stock but no 14”).

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Apple will hold its next results conference on January 27, a good opportunity to take stock of its situation in the face of production and delivery constraints experienced by many industries.

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