by Brent Dirks
October 22, 2013
Originally revealed back at WWDC, Apple has just announced that the completely new Mac Pro will hit the market in December. The Mac Pro will be powered by a next-generation Intel Xeon processor, up to 12GB of memory, and dual workstation GPUs. And it's 1/8th the size of the previous generation. The PCIe flash memory is 10 times faster than a standard hard drive and can be up to 1TB. It will also feature Thunderbolt 2 technology. Video users can attach up to three 4K displays. It will cost $2,999 for the basic configuration. Apple's Phil Schiller also announced that the machine will be assembled in the United States.