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Shipping estimates for the Mac Pro have slipped from February to March in many countries, suggesting that Apple has made no progress in reducing lead times from around six weeks. U.S. shipping estimates so far remain in February.

Launched last month to rave reviews, the all-new design has been praised for its upgradability, in sharp contrast to the MacBook range. However, it appears that Apple’s desire to keep its promise of a late 2013 launch date, made at WWDC, led to a repetition of the previous year’s iMac shortages … 

The Mac Pro is mostly aimed at audiovisual professionals, such as videographers, photographers and musicians, with Final Cut Pro using the full power of the twin GPUs.

Via MacRumors

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4 Responses to “Mac Pro shipping estimates slip into March as supply fails to catch up with demand”

  1. wow…who would have thunk that there’d be such high demand for such an expensive pc.