Almost exactly one year to the day after being announced, it’s now possible to order a Mac Pro and have it ship to you within 24 hours.
Costing between $3,000 and $4,000, Apple’s gorgeous stealth powerhouse of a machine went on sale December 19, but right from the start began suffering shipping delays due to a limited production cycle. One possible explanation for this was the Mac Pro’s “Made in the USA” status, in contrast to virtually all other Apple products, which are designed in California but assembled overseas — often in China.
Whatever the reason it seems that supply has finally caught up with demand. Even though we’re not yet at the point where you can walk into your local Apple Store and walk out with a 2013 Mac Pro under your arm.
Early reviews for the Mac Pro praised it as the “fastest and most powerful Mac ever made” and “a powerhouse in a surprisingly small package.”
Well that’s my next few month’s paycheck spent, then.