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MacBook Pro Shipping Dates Have Slipped to June 6, Suggesting a WWDC refresh

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The delivery dates for the 13” MacBook Pro have reportedly slipped to June 6. This is specifically for the MacBook without Touch Bar. This date slip could suggest that the 13” MacBook without Touch is getting a refresh at WWDC 2018. This is because June 6 is several days after the WWDC 2018 Keynote.

The 13” MacBook Pro with Touch Bar as well as the 15” models are still shipping to customers as fast as one day. This ‘trend’ was spotted by Mac Observer. Apple can be quite efficient and organised when they refresh the Mac Books every year. Because of this, we could see the 13” MacBook with no Touch Bar adopting this same shipping trend. That is if Apple are refreshing this specific model at WWDC 2018 this year.

The current 13” MacBook Pro without Touch Bar model has produced satisfactory sales since being announced and released. The current availability of this model seems to vary depending on what store you go to. Also, stock of this MacBook seems to be out at a bunch of Apple Stores currently. This however, is specifically for the base model of the 13” MacBook Pro without Touch Bar.

News related to MacBook’s this year leading up to WWDC 2018 has been light. This is because issues are being experienced by many users when using the keyboard that uses the butterfly mechanism. Because of this issue, most of the news related to the MacBook’s have been centered around that.

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