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Being a fan of Apple's Mac Pro often requires extreme patience -- especially when it's taking months for Cupertino to get around to actually shipping them, which is currently scheduled for April.
MacRumors reported Tuesday that the late 2013 Mac Pro continues to be hard to come by, with shipping estimates for many countries now having slipped to April as supplies remain constrained.
Although the U.S. Apple Online Store continued to show a March shipping estimate when the report went live overnight, that's definitely not the case as this post is being written, with an "available to ship" date of April for both models.
The only good news is that decking out a new Mac Pro with custom options doesn't seem to further delay the shipping date, suggesting that Apple's new U.S. assembly line is having trouble keeping up with demand -- both here and abroad.
"The new April shipping estimates are in effect for stock and custom configurations throughout Apple's online stores for Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) and Asia Pacific (APAC) operational regions," MacRumors noted.
But hey, we're almost into the middle of February, which leaves only one calendar month between now and April... right?
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