Apr 08, 2017 05:00 AM EDT
The Apple Mac Pro device produced in 2013 had been recently getting fussed about lately of not getting complete improvement. Fortunately, the Cupertino-based company's executives had apologized for the issue and were already reported to rethink, redefine, and upgrade its pioneer desktop device.
According to Buzzfeed, Phil Schiller, Apple’s SVP of worldwide marketing stated that they are “completely rethinking” the Mac Pro. “Since the Mac Pro is a modular system, we are also doing a pro display. There’s a team working hard on it right now,” he added.
Furthermore, Schiller offered an apology that they had disappointed customers with the Mac Pro as he explained that the device’s thermally constricted capability made them unable to upgrade it anymore. John Ternus, Apple’s VP of hardware engineering the stated that the Mac pro had served its purpose well amid not having the flexibility that consumers expected.
With that said, 9 to 5 Mac reported that OSNews managing editor Thom Holwerda claimed to have sources had told her that the project for that rethink Mac Pro had started a “few weeks ago” already. A Retina MacBook Pro without the Touch Bar had also been mentioned to be explored by the Apple team. An iPad Pro “hooked” up to a Mac Pro was also identified as well.
Meanwhile, Digital Trends reported that the quad-core Mac Pro with dual AMD FirePro D300 GPUs has had been upgraded to a six-core Mac Pro with dual AMD FirePro D500 GPUs. The device was then said to be upped for the price of $3,000. Meanwhile, the pricier $4,000 model was slated to have an eight-core processor along with a dual AMD FirePro D800 GPUs.
Apple executives were then mentioned to state that the redefined Mac Pro would be able to handle virtual reality support, high-end editing programs and of course, a high-end Apple display. For the meantime, Apple tech fanatics could delve into the upgraded specs of the Mac Pro.
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