Report: Apple having trouble keeping up with demand for new 13-inch MacBook Pro

Tue, Jul 7, 2009


AppleInsider brings to light a note to investors from analyst Gene Munster which highlights just how quickly Apple’s new 13-inch MacBook Pro seems to be flying off the shelves – resulting in Apple struggling to keep up with demand.

In a recent note to investors, Munster noted that the wait time on the Apple online store for the new notebook is 7-10 days, the longest lead time Munster’s ever seen on the online store in 2 years.

The analyst, which regularly tracks and records lead times for products on the Mac maker’s online store, said he had to look back more than two years into his records to find similar delays, and even then they spanned just 5 to 7 business days.

AppleInsider has the full scoop over here.


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