…in New Zealand anyway. One 9to5Mac reader said that the Thunderbolt Display he ordered on August 17th was now en route to his home. If anyone else has a shipping display let us know in the comments or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What’s perhaps most interesting about this shipment information is that these displays aren’t shipping directly from China as most Apple products do. They are shipping from a holding spot in Australia (below) perhaps indicating that the wait on these displays isn’t because of hardware, but in fact software, which, incidentally was updated last night on Thunderbolt MacBook Pros and Mac Minis.
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