Apple's Retina MacBooks now slightly easier to get
Ship times for buyers of Apple's latest, top of the line notebook now face shorter waits when ordering from the company's online store.
Those who ordered one of Apple's new WWDC last month have no doubt had theirs delivered by now. But those who might have held back a week or two were quickly faced with wait times of up to a month.immediately after it was announced at
That seemingly improved overnight, with Apple today reporting ship times of two to three weeks for new orders, MacRumors notes.
The change is significant for one of Apple's notebooks, which are typically in ready supply following a product launch. The high-end machine was a different story though. Despite the $2,199 entry level price tag, it became a hot commodity the likes of one of the company's iPhones or iPads, where people could not simply walk into one of Apple's store during the past few weeks and purchase one outright. Late last month some business users even said that their orders for new machines were being.