MacBook Pro with Retina Display Facing Delivery Delays

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.

Read our Hand on reviews of the:
Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display
Apple MacBook Air 2012 13in

Source: TheVerge

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