For devices purchased online, Apple has introduced a 2-hours delivery option. Consumers in most metropolitan cities around the globe can opt for same-day delivery for an additional cost within 2 hours.
Apple offers free delivery for devices purchased through its online store. However, the delivery time is usually the next day or a few days after depending on the location and region.
Apple introduces a new 2-hour delivery option for $9 in the U.S. and its equivalent amount in other regions
In case of an emergency, you can find an Apple Store near us and buy a new device. But in certain situations, it is not possible to dedicate time and effort like remembering your anniversary when you are in a meeting, a surprise birthday gift delivered, or replacing a faulty or broken device right before a flight.
If you need an express delivery of your new iPhone, AirPods, MacBook, Apple Watch, or any other device, Apple will do it for $9. However, the offer is not available on engraved products, customized Macs, and orders paid for with financing or by bank transfer.
$9 two-hour delivery on eligible Apple products in most metros.
Delivery times vary according to your selected delivery address, availability of your items, and the time of day you place your order. Find a store to view local store hours or see checkout for estimated delivery.
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The cost of 2-hour delivery varies from country to country; it costs £8 in the UK, $13 in Canada, and €10 in France. Consumers can log on to their regional Apple online store to check the new delivery option’s availability and cost.
It is also reported that the tech giant might launch a new EasyPay Online Ordering program at its retail stores for home deliveries. Starting in August, consumers will be able to purchase their devices at the retail stores and choose to get them delivered to their homes, instead of carrying them home.
It is specualted that the tech giant is offering new home-delivery options to reduce back-store spaces at its locations and ensure that complete Vision Pro sets will be sold even when all of its purchased accessories are not in stock at a retail store. Vision Pro will be available in early 2024 for $3500 in the U.S.