Those who prefer Apple’s MacBooks over notebooks that sport the Windows operating system and have previously made their orders could expect their MacBook Pro delivery to be today. The shipment notifications can be seen on Amazon, as well as other sites that sell Apple’s notebook.
As reported by 9to5Mac, customers who got their cards ready and ordered their own new MacBook Pro don’t have to wait much longer to lay hands to their MacBooks,
When placing the order, Apple’s delivery estimated that the order wouldn’t arrive to the customer’s address before July 16 at the earliest, which is Monday. However, there are customers who will get to unpack the long-anticipated machine today – those who opted for next day delivery.
Custom configurations must wait
Those who chose custom configurations for their 13-inch or 15-inch machines, won’t get to embrace the MacBook Pro until next week. Nevertheless, the build-to-order machines have already been listed with the delivery dates that include July 19 until July 23.
Those who want to get their machines in stores don’t have that option yet. However, as per 9to5Mac, Apple said that the new models will appear in retail stores “later this week.”
The new MacBook Pro models sport Intel’s 8th-generation Coffee Lake CPU that is equipped with four cores for the 13-inch model, while its larger, 15-inch sibling will be equipped with 6-core CPU, with up to 32 GB of RAM.
Other features include a T2 chip, that contributes to higher security and support for “Hey Siri.” Many users will also be satisfied that the models come with a quieter butterfly keyboard, True Tone for the display and the Touch Bar and can choose up to 4TB of SSD storage.
Did you order your model? When is your MacBook Pro delivery expected to arrive?