Apple’s 13″ MacBook Pro with Retina Display Bearing Low Yield Rates?
“In every good detail, there stands to be a loop-hole.” Apparently, the spirit of the quotation is embodying to keep Apple in releasing its 13” MacBook Pros. Rumor has it that the MacBook Pro is bearing low yield facets which was an evident suffering of the iPhone 5.
As DigiTimes put it, the specifications are pointing towards the seeming that the 13” MacBook Pros with Retina displays are facing low yield rates due to an issue with the said displays. Consignment of the averred laptops were originally dowelled to be release by September, word has it that shipments are now anticipated to the market in October instead.
Moreover, it was reported that two other products are facing the same distress, to wit: the new iMac as well as the 7.85-inch iPad. The 7.85 iPad is popularly tagged and nicknamed as the Apple’s iPad mini. Reminiscent of the 13-inch Apple MacBook Pro, shipments were impeded a month over into October.
DigiTimes suggests that the iPad Mini is “suffering low yields for components such as the display and chassis.” As an addition, the publication says that while the tablet uses a chassis with material comparable to the 9.7-inch iPad, it has a divese “design and tactile feel,” without going into any more detail.