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Shipment of MacBook Pro with Retina Display Delayed Due to High Demand

Posted on the 21 June 2012 by Hpmurah2u @hpmurah2u

retina display MacBook Pro with the Retina Display will be shipped from Apple within the next 3-4 weeks: it has been officially notified by the Apple Store site. This estimate is down from previous estimates  of 2-3 weeks provided by Apple when the laptop was released a few days ago.

price of retina display
price of retina display

At the WWDC show last, Phil Schiller said that the MacBook Pro by Retina Display will be directly available to users. Apparently this is no longer true. The reason for the decline in shipping the new MacBook Pro is likely due to high consumer demand for laptops with 15-inch screen. MacBook Pro with the Retina Display itself can be ordered in two versions, a 15-inch to 2.3 GHz, or 15 inches with 2.6 Ghz. Other specifications are the presence of 512GB of flash storage, quad-core processor Intel Core i7, 8GB of 1600MHz memory, Intel HD 4000 Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 650m with 1GB of GDDR5 memory, and built-in battery with capacity of up to 7 hours. Do not miss the news about the possible free upgrade to OS X Mountain Lion, which currently only shipped with OS X Lion. Below is a video showing the line to purchase a MacBook Pro Retina Display in San Francisco:
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