Ever since Apple launched their new Mac Pro, shipping of the device has been more than a few weeks, and now it looks like Apple may have actually caught up with the demand for their high end Mac Pro.
The new Mac Pro launched back in December, and since the launch, anyone who wanted one had to wait at least a few weeks to get the device.
The shipping times of the Mac Pro has now changed to 24 hours, this is the first time since Apple launched their new Mac Pro computer, and means that they have finally caught up with demand.
The Mac Pro is made in the USA by Apple, and we saw a photo of the Apple plant which makes the device earlier in the week, that Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted.
The Apple Mac Pro comes with some impressive specifications, although it isn’t cheap, prices for the entry level model start at $2,999, this is for the quad core version, the six core version will set you back $3,999.
If you decide to go for the top model of the Mac Pro, with a 12 core processor and 64GB of RAM, then you would be lucky to get any change out of $10,000.
Source Apple InsiderFiled Under: Apple, Top News