Non-Retina MacBook Pro being pulled from displays
Just a week after the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), a report from The Next Web states that Apple has started pulling the legacy non-Retina MacBook Pro from store displays in and near San Diego, California.
Clerks were reportedly surprised because the legacy units were still selling well among older buyers. There was also no clear word from management regarding why they needed to clear stocks from the sales floor.
On the other hand, it makes sense since according to the keynote from WWDC, a new line of MacBook Pros will be entering the market soon. Alfred Bayle
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