There has been plenty of rumors surrounding Apple’s Mac Pro series of computers – some are saying that Apple could be refreshing it at WWDC while the more skeptical believe that Apple is planning to discontinue it. Well either way something’s happening to the Mac Pro as according to reports, it seems that many of Apple’s retail stores are running low on Mac Pro models. This was discovered by the folks at Mac Rumors who went through about 100 Apple Store inventories and found out that save for four California stores and one store in Texas, the rest of them did not have the entry level Mac Pro computers that were available for immediate pickup.
This seems to be in line with Apple’s practices as they tend to start clearing out old inventory ahead of a possible product launch/refresh. No word on what sort of hardware upgrades the new Mac Pros will be getting, but the Xeon E5 processors are definitely in the cards. Either way with WWDC next week, we guess we won’t have to wait too long before all is revealed, so be sure to check back with us then for the updates!
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