Originally spotted in a report from Apple Insider, and verified by TNW, Apple is clearing its retail locations of the legacy (non-Retina) 13-inch MacBook Pro. After phoning half a dozen Apple stores in and near San Diego, TNW found that clerks reported no real news (from management) as to why they were clearing the stock from the sales floor, but that it had been happening for “about a week.” One clerk even went so far as to say she was “surprised” and that the non-retina screens were still relatively hot sellers amongst older buyers. That said, phasing out the legacy models makes…

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