Apple raises built-to-order Mac prices by 10%
With the release of the new MacBook Air, there have been no price changes to the current configuration Macs. However, in many countries built-to-order Mac orders have seen price rises of 10%.
For example, In the UK, customising a base configuration 2.3GHz 8-Core 16-inch MacBook Pro, upgrading to a 2.4GHz processor costs £200, where previously it cost £180. These are changes that are seen to many other Mac models in many countries. With some orders customers have seen price increases up by £110.
The reasons for the price raise is currently unknown and was done without any marketing or notices. This story will be updated when more information is known.