A view of the 15-inch MacBook Retina Pro (Photo Credit: Apple.com/screenshot)
Ahead of the rumored 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display's release, Apple has organized their stock of their 15-inch version.
Since its launch in June, the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display surpassed Apple's expectations, leading to shortages. The shortages led to Apple delaying shipment by a couple weeks.
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Following its launch it stated delays between two to three weeks will occur, but that quickly jumped to a four week delay. By July, the wait time was shortened by one to two weeks.
Apple may have advanced the Retina inventory, and may have learned their lesson ahead of the rumored 13-inch version which is rumored to be lighter in weight and cheaper in price, as Latinos Post reported.
According to CNET, NPD DisplaySearch analyst Richard Simm said the upcoming 13.3-inch MacBook with Retina Display will feature resolution of 2,560x1,600 pixels and could see a release as soon as this month. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Ching Kuo stated that the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display could debut before the iPhone 5. The 13.3-inch MacBook could be given a "soft launch" so more attention can be put on the highly anticipated iPhone 5.
But for now, only the 15-inch version of the MacBook Pro with Retina Display is available. Prices for the 15-inch version start at $2,199 for a 2.3GHz Retina Display and $2,799 for the 2.6GHz Retina Display.
The news also comes after Adobe announced its creative suites software will be compatible with the Retina Display, or HiDPi.
As Latinos Post reported, Adobe issued a statement, "[Retina] displays allow for a dramatic improvement in image fidelity and resolution. Naturally, designers, photographers and creative professionals want to take full advantage of this new technology. Software that is not native to HiDPI display uses interpolation to duplicate pixels to fill the screen, meaning text is not as sharp and images don't have as much detail. The increased resolution of these displays requires that each product update the interface of the application and ensure that the content or the creation itself is displayed accurately with the appropriate level of fidelity."
The CS6 updates include Dreamweaver, Edge Animate, Illustrator, Lightroom, Photoshop, Photoshop Touch, Prelude, SpeedGrade, and Adobe Premiere Pro.