The MacBook Pro with Retina Display has been hard to secure for the past two months, with some customers having to wait as much as five weeks to see the elusive notebook arrive at their door.
That’s no longer the case, according to a new listing at store.apple.com
which states “2 - 4 business days” for the estimated shipping time in the United States.
The situation is similar across the globe, with some territories listing the device as simply “in stock.”
Apple seems to have got a handle of MacBook Pro supplies just as it prepares to unleash hell on earth for competitors in the smartphone space with its new iPhone 5 next month.
Foxconn, Pegatron, and perhaps other companies that do their bit in assembling Apple products, will undoubtedly experience new shortages as the phone debuts physically later next month. Apple also has an iPad mini lined up, as well as a couple new iPods, reports say.