The new Mac Pro design is completely different from the old, it looks like an metal tower that has stuck around since the PowerMac G5 days. The Processor, Graphics and Memory is built within the tower around a “unified thermal core” and the all fits in a sleek design, the black structure is one eighth the volume of the previous generation Mac Pro.
Apple has presented the “sneak peak” of the new Mac Pro onstage at the Moscone Center, Apple executive, Phil Scholler called the Mac Pro “revolutionary” and “radical.” The professional editors and the graphic pros is looking likely to joy over the highly powered and long awaited update to the Mac desktop line. The new Mac Pro features includes an Intel Xeon E5 processor that supports up to 12-cores, ECC memory that doubles the complete performance, PCIe flash storage, USB 3.0 ports and six Thunderbolt 2 ports with 20 Gbps speed. Thunderbolt 2 compatibles the backside and boasts speeds upto 25 times faster than the FireWire 800.
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The new Mac Pro will come in standard with dual workstation GPUs (AMD FirePro) and can support upto three 4K displays, features are great in graphics and performance and can attract the professional editors easily towards it. The I/O panel of the devices lights up when it senses your movements.
Currently, Apple has not provided the pricing details for the new Mac Pro, but it is confirmed that it would be assembled in the USA.
To get the new Mac Pro, you need to wait for it. Apple has says that the new device will only ship ‘later this year.’ It seems that the new device will run the latest OS X Mavericks, which includes many updates and new features like compressed memory that helps in speeding up your computer and much better multi-screen support for photo/video editing.
After a big time, the Mac Pro is going to update, as Apple has received some backlash for the Pro features in other products like Final Cut Pro X back in 2011.
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