That was because it was a new laptop line using the Intel Processors, IIRC. 1-2 weeks is fine. It gives them to hand out test units to trustworthy press and have them review it and give them notes on their experience. It also gives Apple a chance to squash any minor bugs that may appear.Yes, usually 1-2 weeks; so we will see. The only substantial wait I can remember is way back when they announced the original MBP at macworld 2006.
That is not apple style. They are smart enough to know people have a short attention span. So when they announce new products they usually come out in 1-2 weeks tops.What has me worried is at the end of the presentation they'll say available in early 2017.
But the new MacOS for this devices is just out a few days. The Question is: How many Macbooks can be installed in this time? I think there will be a small amount of devices for the first orders. The others will be installed just in time of packaging. The question is: How is this working? Target Disk Mode over USB-C?That is not apple style. They are smart enough to know people have a short attention span. So when they announce new products they usually come out in 1-2 weeks tops.
Releasing a new product until 2017 will hurt sales. Because anybody that is planning to buy a Labtop will just wait. Killing any kind of current sales