Apple’s Mac supply has normalized, say analysts at JPMorgan



The supply chain disruptions and silicon shortage seem to be settling down after what seems like a long wait. Apple was among those that were less affected by it, but whatever crunch it was facing for its Macs seems to be on the way out. Analysts at JPMorgan are saying that Apple’s Mac supply has normalized, reports CNBC.

Expect lower wait times for your Mac orders

JPMorgan is now saying that the wait times for Apple’s Mac devices have reduced to five days on average and eight days in North America. Back in June, this number was as high as 15 days globally, and 18 for North America. 





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