If you have recently pre-ordered one of Apple’s new MacBook Pros. You may want to check your email for a confirmation message. This is because, according to a slew of user claims, Apple appears to have delayed pre-orders for its new MacBook Pro laptops. Without providing any prior notice to customers by sending emails to those who placed purchases.
In the emails that Apple has been sending out, it says, “There has been a change to your delivery date. Please see the attachment”. The most up-to-date delivery information has displayed in the table below. We’ll let you know as soon as your order ships. According to some, they had originally informed that the laptops would sent this week. But their email has changed to indicate that the computers would be delivered in December.
However, it should emphasized that this appears to have had the most impact on custom orders, commonly known as Configure to Order orders. Pre Orders if MacBook Pro that diverge from the preconfigured models available in Apple’s store come into this category. For example, if you chose a different chipset configuration, RAM, or storage than what Apple offers in their store, your order would fall into this category.
What’s interesting is that Apple didn’t notify customers before they placed their orders that their orders would delayed. But in any case, if you pre-ordered one of the new laptops. You should double-check your email just to be on the safer side.