Apple TV’s shipping estimate slipped to 1-2 weeks on the Apple Online Store in the United States today, less than six weeks before Apple is rumored to announce a new version of the set-top box at WWDC 2015 on June 8-12. The delivery times at first slipped to 1-2 weeks on the Apple Online Store on late Wednesday prior to the set-top box returned to in stock on Thursday, simply to slide to 1-2 weeks once more hours later.

A number of Apple products have been given much longer delivering quotes in the past couple of weeks, perhaps due to Apple Watch congestion within the company’s supply chain and shipping networks, so this change could be absolutely nothing more than a routine change. Yet with WWDC set to happen in very early June, and a brand-new Apple TV set-top box expected to be revealed, the timing of the shipping time slipping deserves keeping in mind.

The next-generation Apple TV is reported to feature Apple’s newest A8 system-on-a-chip and a “significant rise” in internal storage space, well past the 8GB consisted of in the current third-generation set-top box. BuzzFeed reported in March that the brand-new Apple TV will certainly also gain an App Store and Siri for controlling a vast option of HomeKit-enabled home automation devices via the set-top box.

Apple TV was marked down to $$ 69 in the united state in March.

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