M2 MacBook Air Models Are Now In Stock At Select Apple Stores

Those looking to get their hands on a new M2 MacBook Air might have luck if they visit their local Apple Store. While the new Mac officially went on sale today, those hoping to order one for fast delivery are out of luck with delivery windows stretching out into the future.

However, those who want to be able to get their hands on a new MacBook Air could check out local Apple Stores.

MacRumors reports that some people across the United States, Europe, and elsewhere have already reported being able to get their hands on machines for local pickup.

A quick spot check on the U.K. Apple online store suggests that most stores in England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland have available stock for customers today, although there are exceptions.

Those exceptions include specific colors and storage configurations, with some in-store collection windows matching the delivery windows that go all the way into the middle of August.

The new MacBook Air is already proving popular and has received strong reviews so far. The new M2 chip is the fastest chip Apple has made to date based on single core performance, although the M1 Pro, M1 Max, and M1 Ultra all have the upper hand in terms of multi-core performance thanks to the extra cores available.

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