• Apple is facing iPad Pro supply issues, a report said
  • Those who buy a 2020 iPad Pro from won't be receiving it until next month
  • Other retailers such as Amazon and Best Buy seem to be running short on stocks as well

Apple is having trouble keeping up with the demand for the 2020 iPad Pro, a report said.

Cult of Mac reported that the 2020 iPad Pro supply seems to be running short regardless of where people would like to buy it. Various retailers, including Apple's own stores, are struggling to meet consumer demand for top-tier iPad Pro models amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

A quick look at reveals that the Cupertino tech giant won't be able to ship 2020 iPad Pros to buyers immediately. The website indicated that those who order iPad Pro models on Wednesday, for example, will not be able to receive it until Aug. 20 to Aug. 27.

Certain iPad Pro configurations might be more available than others. An 11-inch 2020 iPad Pro (Wi-Fi + Cellular) with 1TB storage, for example, might be shipped between Aug. 12 and Aug. 19. if ordered right now. This is the earliest shipping date available at the moment.

It's worth noting that interested buyers will not be able to get a 2020 iPad Pro from an Apple retail store. A quick check at the iPad Pro's availability in stores reveals that it's not available for pickup anywhere at the moment. Cult of Mac, however, noted that if some units are available for pickup, they are “generally a more expensive model with additional storage capacity and 4G LTE.”

2020 iPad Pro
2020 iPad Pro with the new Magic Keyboard. Apple

Other retailers such as Amazon and Best Buy are also experiencing supply problems. Amazon, for example, has the 12.9-inch iPad Pro in silver in stock, but other models aren't available at the moment. Other models will be available later this week or by the end of the month.

Best Buy, on the other hand, only has the 11-inch base model available for buyers. The 12.9-inch iPad Pros are currently “sold out,” which means buyers will have to wait for a while before getting their hands on one through the retailer.

It's currently unclear as to why Apple seems to be running low of its latest and best iPad Pro yet. The company released the device only in March, which means it shouldn't be having trouble with early demand.