Customers looking to pre-order Apple's new iPad models will have to wait to get their hands on the tablet.
The company said that it would not be able to deliver any more orders for the device on its 16 March release date.
Customers who place new orders for the device will now have to wait until 19 March to receive their tablets.
The company still plans to deliver the device to earlier pre-order customers on 16 March, the same day that the tablet will go on sale at Apple Store retail locations.
Currently, Apple's US retail site reports that all Wi-Fi and 4G versions of the tablet will be available for shipment by 19 March.
The announcement comes just two days after Apple debuted the tablet, dubbed simply "the new iPad."
Sporting a faster processor and a 1080p Retina display, the new iPad will also be the first to offer support for 4G wireless broadband connectivity, where available.
The tablet will also run an updated version of the iOS platform which will bring improved photo management tools and the addition of voice dictation features.
While the device has received a favourable welcome from industry pundits, early analysis of the device has noted that key features such as LTE wireless broadband will not initially be available for UK customers.
The flood of pre-orders builds on what has thus far been unprecedented sales for the Apple tablet. Chief executive Tim Cook recently reported that the company has shipped more than 55 million iPads since the tablet was first released in 2010.
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