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  • Shipping Estimates for Apple's New Mac Pro Continue to Improve, Now 1-2 Weeks


    Just last week, shipping estimates for Apple's newly-released Mac Pro improved to just 2-3 weeks. Since its release, the powerhouse machine has been quite hard to get your hands on due to the demand for it out-weighing the supply. Fortunately, the shipping estimates for the machine have been improving, showing that Apple is finally starting to find a happy median between supply and demand.

    After last week's improvement, the U.K. and some other international Apple Store Web sites are now quoting 1-2 week shipping estimates for Apple's new Mac Pro, as MacRumors points out. It is expected that the U.S. Apple Store Web site will show the same shipping estimate in coming days.

    There are two models of the Mac Pro available on Apple's Web site; the low-end Mac Pro comes with a quad-core 3.7GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon E5 processor, 12GB of 1866MHz DDR3 memory, dual AMD FirePro D300 video cards, and 256GB PCIe-based flash storage for the price tag of $2999. The higher-end Mac Pro comes with a 6-core 3.5GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon E5 processor, 16GB of 1866MHz DDR3 memory, dual AMD FirePro D500 video cards, and 256GB PCIe-based flash storage for the price tag of $3999. Further custom configurations will increase the prices.

    While the U.S. shipping times for Apple's Mac Pro haven't budged from 2-3 weeks just yet, if you're interested in reserving your own, you can still head over to the U.S. Apple Store Web site and make your purchase at this link.

    Sources: Apple via MacRumors
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Shipping Estimates for Apple's New Mac Pro Continue to Improve, Now 1-2 Weeks started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 1 Comment
    1. Christophxr's Avatar
      Christophxr -
      One week ago it was 2-3 weeks. Two weeks ago it was 3-4 weeks.

      It's as if Apple were still building them, going, "Well, they'll be done in 3 weeks and it'll take a week to ship..."

      Then... "Welp, they'll be done in 2 weeks and it'll take a week to ship..."