The MacBook Pro with Retina, the star of last month's Worldwide Developers Conference, has finally seen an improvement to its shipping time from Apple's online store.
After launching June 11, the MacBook Pro with Retina quickly sold out and saw its shipping time jump up to an estimated waiting time of three to four week before arrival. Now that time has finally been cut, but sadly, it's just a slight improvement of one week.
MacRumors reported the improvement late last night, saying the change was first seen in Apple's Asia-Pacific market. But since then, the Retina's shipping time in the U.S. and parts of Europe has also been cut.
While two to three weeks is a good sign, there are other ways of getting the Retina, including one that doesn't require waiting half a month.