U.S. Mac sales make small rebound

But iMac supply issues continue two-thirds through the quarter

By , Computerworld |  Hardware

The two iMac configurations are still in short supply. According to Apple's U.S. e-store, the 21.5-in. system ships two to three weeks after ordering, while the larger 27-in. machine sports a delay of three to four weeks.

iMacs take even longer to reach some countries' customers: Apple's online stores for the U.K., Germany and France show shipping delays of up to six weeks.

Continuing weeks-long shipping delays for the iMac threaten to impact Apple's computer sales for a second consecutive quarter.

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