When Apple announced their Retina capable next-gen MacBook Pros, naturally there were those who lauded its display while its detractors left their two cents as well. Given its price tag of $2,199 for the base model and $2,799 for the high-end model, it is safe to assume that this MacBook Pro is not for everyone. That being said, it seems that shipping times for the next-gen MacBook Pro have increased and is now expected to take anywhere between 2-3 weeks. Yup, this is despite the rather hefty price tag that came with the laptop!
Of course this could also mean that Apple might have had a low production run on the first back of MacBook Pros to determine how well their customers would react to it, but based on this latest information, it certainly looks like many of Apple’s customers are after it. However if the price tag is a little out of your price range and you don’t think the Retina display is that big of a deal, the latest “normal” MacBook Pros are currently being listed as “in stock”, so there’s always that option.
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