Apple iPad increases iPad shipping to 7-10 days as demand remains robust

invisibleSHIELD case for iPadApple Store Online now lists iPad orders as shipping in 7-10 days, up from a previous range of 5-7 days.

Eric Savitz reports, “BMO Capital analyst Keith Bachman writes in a research note that the company does not appear to be having any supply chain issues. Indeed, he says supply has been increasing. Bachman says that store reps last week said that shipments to the retail outlets are being sold to customers on store waiting lists.”

Savitz reports, “Clearly, demand for the Apple iPad remains robust.”

Full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “JMMX” for the heads up.]


  1. They are offering a free stylus and keyboard with every purchase. Surely sales could not be so high without these items, Bill Gate stated so!

    What a bunch of dinosaurs that once ruled the time of Microsoft.

  2. Managing the scarcity makes no sense. Having someone wait 14 days for a product doesn’t make someone want it more. Why wouldn’t you prefer to take their cash right then and hand them the iPad and have a guaranteed sale? Clearly demand is high. Apple doesn’t need to create some artificial shortage. It’s more important to get that iPad in the consumer’s hand, take their dough, and then start getting their cut from app sales.

  3. I ordered a 16gb 3G (my second iPad) on May 9th. It said that it shipped in 5-7 days. Got an email on the 16th that it shipped. FedEx has it arriving on the 20th. Can’t wait.

    They will probably have sold 2 million by the end of May.

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