Who would have thought that the world’s economy is in shambles, especially in the light of the new high resolution MacBook Pro which constitutes as the next generation MacBook Pro? Just earlier this morning, we talked about how the new $2,200 MacBook Pro has had its supply exhausted, with the delivery date being pushed back to two or three weeks. Well, it seems that at the end of Tuesday evening, Apple has updated their online store to show a waiting period of three to four weeks – that is nearly a month at worst, dishing out a lesson in zen-like patience for Mac enthusiasts as well as the curious who have plenty of money to spend.
With a starting price of $2,199, the MacBook Pro that sports a Retina Display is by no means cheap or affordable, and is also the first of its kind from Apple that will come with SSD (solid state drive) storage. Not only that, the entire notebook’s chassis has also been sent to the fat house, resulting in a very thin design – although it will not be able to usurp the MacBook Air just yet in this department. The thing is, are you one of those who will have to wait for 2-3 weeks, or are you part of the 3-4 weeks crowd for your Retina MacBook Pro?
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