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Availability of iPhone 14 Pro models is starting to improve on Apple’s online store as the holidays continue to approach, a sign that the company may have largely met demand after production disruptions.


As we previously reported, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are estimated to start shipping in three to four weeks, according to Apple’s online store. Apple warned that production disruptions in China would affect supply and said it was doing everything it could to improve supply conditions.

As the holidays approach, both models are seeing improved estimated shipping times on Apple’s online store. iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max in specific configurations will start shipping in just one to two weeks. According to current estimates, customers looking to gift the iPhone 14 Pro are unlikely to receive the iPhone in time for Christmas, although this will depend on the specific location and model.

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