Apple Pulls Mac Pro Inventory from Most Retail Stores Ahead of WWDC 2012
By on June 6th, 2012

Just yesterday, it was reported that Apple will update nearly the entire Mac lineup at WWDC 2012. Today, MacRumors has discovered that after doing an inventory check with around 100 U.S. Apple retail stores, the availability for the entry-level stock Mac Pro appears out of stock for in-store pickup. This would further suggest that new Mac Pros will be revealed next week.

In fact, even flagship stores like the one in New York’s Grand Central Station are supposedly out of stock of all Mac Pro models.  The same location will have the Server version of the tower in stock by June 9 while all others will be ready for pickup on June 12, AppleInsider reports.

Projected availability dates for orders placed today also vary. Some stores show availability on  June 8 or 9 while others would not be able to offer a Mac Pro for pickup until June 12 or 13. Apple’s WWDC 2012 keynote will occur on next Monday, June 11th.

Bottom line is that if you are looking to purchase a new Mac, you should wait until the announcements are made on June 11th.

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