Off topic, but I always enjoy when I get a chance to drive to SoCal from here in Phoenix before the holiday season. I always gaze in wonder at the HUGE long lines of hundreds if not thousands of parked rail freight cars – chock full of STUFF – waiting patiently to re-supply the city during and after the huge holiday selling season.
Always reminds me that we buy any product at the tail end of a long, long journey, and getting stuff to shelves in stores is a pretty amazing process on the global scale.
Back on topic, If there are MacPros in warehouses anywhere in the apple system, you can bet they’re being moved onto the store shelves prior to the holidays. To do anything else is kinda retail malpractice.
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