by Brent Dirks
June 10, 2013
The new Mac Pro is here, and it looks to definitely be worth the wait. During the WWDC keynote, Apple announced the updated version of the professional Mac. The machine is sporting a brand-new appearance and features a 12-core Intel Xeon processor, 1,833 MHZ memory, and flash memory storage. And while previewing the machine, which will be “coming later this year,” Apple’s own Phil Schiller had a fun message. “Can’t innovate anymore my ass!” he said. It is the first Mac that comes with standard, dual GPUs. And it packs a big punch in just 1/8 the volume of the previous version of Mac Pros. It will also support multiple streams for the new 4K displays. And as suspected, it will be the first Mac assembled in the United States. “It is a stunning product,” Schiller said. “This is without a doubt the future of the Pro desktop.” You can read more about the new Mac Pro here.