Macbook Pro 2012 rumors say Apple has placed large orders in preparation for their new laptop model. The rumored Mac OS X Mountain Lion gadget is expected to dÃ©but at the 2012 WWDC next month. Similar to iPhone 5 release date rumors, analysts have speculated about Apple launching the new Macbook Pro in the near future.
According to a recent article, Apple has started placing large orders for their new laptop. Apparently the orders are so massive that it's become difficult for manufacturers supplying the components for the device to keep up. Sources say there have been reports of "labor shortages which are affecting their ability to meet Apple's demands," in producing parts for the upcoming Macbook Pro 2012.
The article goes on to say some of the companies "had to outsource a few orders to keep up with the demand." The source of this information, who remains unknown, stated some manufacturers were "taken by surprise during what is usually the IT industry's traditional slow season."
This is not the only Apple device rumored to be causing supply issues either, as the iPhone 5 release date has not yet been confirmed. However, rumors say the iOS 6 smartphone has overwhelmed its manufacturers as well. If these rumors are true, it looks like Apple gadgets have various companies overloaded at this point.
Do you think the Macbook Pro 2012 rumors about possible shortages or overwhelming work orders is true? Or is it all another baseless rumor from an "unknown source"?