Delivery Exception for FedEx? What does this mean?

Amazee Dayzee

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The Apple Repair status says that the delivery is pending to the Apple store but when I looked up the delivery for FedEx, it says that it is a delivery exception and the time to delivery is N/A? I know its supposed to go to the Apple Store because they said they would call me, but I'm just wondering how long a delay usually takes?
 

Amplelink

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Probably means they were unable to deliver the package. I'd be surprised if it's not delivered by tomorrow.
 

Amazee Dayzee

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Well it was delivered at 6:43 PM at the Apple Store. I just got to wait for them to call me tomorrow.
 

dmccloud

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Well it was delivered at 6:43 PM at the Apple Store. I just got to wait for them to call me tomorrow.
With all the flooding in Texas, a lot of FedEx shipments were delayed. That's probably what your delivery exception was about. Good to hear it finally reached the store, though...
 

totten76

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Not sure where you are exactly from but there has been a ton of flooding own here in Texas. I assume things like delays/breakdowns or anything like that would lead to your delay :)
 

dmccloud

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This was from the email I got from FedEx this morning:

Heavy rainfall and flooding are causing hazardous conditions in the areas of Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas. Our top priority is the safety and well-being of our team members, as well as providing the highest level of service to our customers. Although contingency plans are in place, some service delays and disruptions can be anticipated for inbound and outbound shipments in these areas. FedEx is committed to providing service to the best of our ability in areas that can be safely accessed.
 
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