Apparently, delivery of 27-inch iMacs to some countries has returned to normal this week, confirming that solutions to the graphic problems presented by some customers have finally been provided (and complaints about color instability have been resolved). In addition to the patches applied to the production of the machines, Apple has also distributed software updates to correct the flaws in the past few months.
In the United States and Canada, it is now possible to order a 27-inch iMac through the Apple Online Store and receive it the next day, while the current delivery time in Oceania is five to seven business days; in Europe, it can reach two weeks. It will still be necessary some time before they can be seen in stores, but the normalization of delivery for orders via the Internet is already a good sign.
Meanwhile, in Brazil, delivery times for 27-inch iMacs (based on the warehouse's outbound forecast) remain in the range of five to seven weeks, while 21.5-inch ones take up to 24 hours. We are still unaware of any user who has already received one of the top-of-the-line models of the desktop, but it is estimated that their delivery in our country will be normalized with the units that have already received corrections for the graphics failures, so the wait more than valid.