When Apple announced the new Mac Pro, there was a suspicion – based on many arguments – that it would no longer be manufactured in United States, but in China. A few months later, however, Apple itself made a point of confirming that the most professional machine ever made by her would continue to be produced in her homeland. But that is only half the story.
In fact, all Macs Pro marketed in the land of Uncle Sam – in addition to Canada and some other possible countries on the American continent – are manufactured there. This week, however, the first desktop units started being delivered to European consumers and… surprise: how did you notice MacGeneration [Google Tradutor], such machines are assembled in China.
The phrase “Designed by Apple in California. Assembled in China. ” (“Designed by Apple in California. Assembled in China.”) Leaves no doubt that, for markets other than the American – and adjacent – Macs Pro are shipped from the Asian country.
Logistics makes sense; it remains to be seen whether Donald Trump will be happy with this story.