Customers can now pre-order the 24-inch iMac, iPad Pro with M1 processor, and new Apple TV 4K through Apple's web store.
At its "Spring Loaded" event, Apple announced several new products with a vague release date of "second half of May." Apple inadvertently revealed a May 21 date in a press release, but it is unclear which product it belonged to until now.
Customers can now use the online Apple Store for pre-ordering the 24-inch iMac, the iPad Pro with M1, and the new Apple TV 4K, although preorder deals are already available at Apple resellers, knocking up to $167 off the new devices and AppleCare.
Arrival dates are starting on May 21. These are expected to slip rapidly.
Dates for these high-demand products will slip quickly. Deliveries will begin in the second half of May, with devices becoming available in-store on the same day.
It isn't clear how many of each device will be available at retail. Stocks are expected to be limited.
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