MacBook Professional shipping delays triggered by UPS ‘mechanical’ complications

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UPS has reportedly been updating some MacBook Pro potential buyers, stating the surprising delays to their orders ended up caused by unspecified “mechanical failures.”&#13

A number of individuals expecting to obtain their new MacBook Pro on their 1st working day of availability, Oct 26, as a substitute just obtained emailed about delays. In just about every circumstance, the email messages contained a new delivery day in December, but no more aspects.&#13

Now according to MacRumors, distribution enterprise UPS has been adhering to up Apple’s preliminary e-mail with ones giving somewhat more data.&#13

“A mechanical failure has triggered a delay,” one e-mail reportedly states. “We will update the delivery day as before long as doable.”&#13

Users tracking their orders say that they are becoming told the MacBook Pro is back in China, soon after presumably obtaining still left. Specially, they are stated as currently being in Shanghai and Seoul, South Korea.&#13

It seems possible that the mechanical troubles are to do with plane. &#13

There do not look to be a lot of UPS flights scheduled to depart from these towns. Just one flight that experienced been scheduled from Seoul to the UPS hub in Cologne, Germany, has reportedly been canceled. &#13

AppleInsider has reached out to UPS and Apple for extra info.