New Zealand and Australian users who have pre-ordered the M1 iPad Pro, M1 iMac, or the second-generation Apple TV 4K have begun to receive their new devices. Due to time zone differences, Apple users in Australia and New Zealand are always the first to get newly released products, and they will soon share their first impressions and photos on social media networks.
There is no Apple store in New Zealand. The Apple store in Australia has blue, green, pink, and silver M1 iMacs in stock. The 11- and 12.9-inch iPad Pro can also be purchased in-store today, as is the second-generation Apple TV 4K.
Since the supply of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro is very small, retail stores are the only way to get new devices on the day of launch. Orders placed today will not be shipped until July, and the M1 iMac is also under-supplied, and orders will be delayed by three to four weeks.
Availability in Australia means that other Apple stores around the world will have stock for in-store pickup on May 21, but the supply may be limited. Those who want to buy new devices from retail stores should plan to buy them online as soon as possible or arrive at the store early.
After New Zealand and Australia, the new equipment will be launched in the Middle East, Asia, Europe and other places, and the North American market will be the last to be launched.
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