Apple have just announced that it will be forced to stop sales of the current model of the Mac Pro in Europe from March 1st 2013, due to some new changes in regulatory regulations going into effect after that date. “Due to evolving regulatory requirements, Apple will stop selling Mac Pro in EU, EU candidate and EFTA countries on March 1, 2013,” an Apple spokesperson told The Loop. “After that date, resellers can sell existing inventory but Apple will no longer ship Mac Pro in those countries.”

These regulations are according to MacWorld UK, fur to the electrical port protection and fan guards within the Mac Pro.

Of course the Mac Pro will still be available in other countries but not for Europe, which is said to say but it’s very likely that Apple will release a new model in order to fix these issues.

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