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Apple this morning removed its shipping estimates for a wide range of products from its online store. Prior labels indicating shipment estimates of 24 hours or 1-3 days have been replaced with text simply indicating that a given product is “In Stock.” Notably, an estimate of 2-4 business days is still in place for the 12-Core model of Mac Pro, suggesting that Apple may still use its prior estimate system when the potential wait for an item surpasses three days. In addition, Apple also made changes to its iPad purchasing page, streamlining the process of selecting a specific model. [via AppleInsider]

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