Apple is expected to start selling its new Mac Pro in the coming weeks and all eyes are on Apple’s website waiting for the powerhouse of a machine to officially debut. The Mac Pro supports up to three 4K displays, which means customers who purchase the desktop will need a complimentary monitor. Early speculation hinted at a 4K Cinema Display from Apple, but it looks like a 4K monitor from SharpÂ is getting first bill on Apple’s website.Â
When Apple launched the much-awaited Mac Pro, it boasted that the desktop could support up to three 4K displays at once, but it didnâ€™t seem to have its own line of Cinema Displays ready with 4K capabilities. This could change soon, as AU Optronics has introduced new 27-inch and 32-inch 4K display panels.
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Apple sends Mac Pro posters to select journalists that says “Itâ€™s the computer we were insane to build”
At the iPad event last week, Apple announced that its professional desktop, the Mac Pro, will be available at the end of this year for a starting price of $2999. The company this week also sent out a set of Mac Pro posters to select journalists, highlighting its design and structure.