The Mac Pro ship date has slipped to April, first internationally, then domestically.
If I was waiting to order a new Mac Pro, I’d certainly see this as bad news. But this is a supply and demand problem, bad news, but good news too. Difficulty keeping up with demand is certainly an issue, especially if there are supply chain constraints, but how can we not see this as a terrific sign of the health of this segment of the market?
Rather than, “Apple’s Mac Pro troubled by supply chain problems”, let’s celebrate the fact that “Apple’s Mac Pro popularity continues to outpace Apple’s ability to build them”.