Apple is well known for having products ready to hit the sweaty palms of customers mere moments after announcement, but it would appear it's having a few issues meeting demand for its new next generation MacBook Pro with Retina Display.
The expected delivery date for it's new flagship laptop has slipped to 3-4 weeks, up from just two a few days ago. Customers may be able to get around the problem by arranging for an in-store pickup but the option is dependent on availability at your local store.
Patience is of course a virtue but having used the new laptop already we must admit that we'd be driven to distraction waiting for delivery had we just dropped £1800 on one.
Thankfully if you're more interested in thin and light, the latest 13in and 11in MacBook Airs are readily available, as are the regular new MacBook Pros.
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