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The Strong orders of Apple's next-generation MacBooks are causing labor shortages within the supply chain in California. The New Apple Macbooks lineup will be announced this summer, and its coming with Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion out of the box.
The New Macbooks lineups are expected to be thinner than previous models, and both the MacBook Pro and iMac lineups are expected to include new High-Definition Retina displays. Also the next-generation MacBook Air will get a Hi-Res Retina displays as well.
Digitimes reports that heavier than expected MacBook orders have created labor shortages so serious at some Apple suppliers that they have been forced to outsource orders to meet shipment schedules. The report notes that May and June are typically slower months among PC component suppliers in eastern China, however Apple's orders have caused recent labor shortage issues to grow more serious. New MacBook laptops and iMac all-in-one PCs will reportedly launch this summer.