The Mac Pro was made available for purchase last month. Now, as promised by the company, the rack-mountable version of the Mac Pro is available for purchase from Apple’s website. The company will start shipping them early next month.
A week after its release, Apple has added the 8TB SSD option for the 2019 Mac Pro. When the machine was first launched last week, Apple was offering a maximum storage upgrade of 4TB, though it mentioned that an 8TB SSD upgrade option was coming soon.
We all know that the new Mac Pro, which was recently released alongside the Pro Display XDR, is a beast of a computer. While most of the reviews have used upgraded or maxed-out Mac Pros, a new video has popped up on YouTube that shows how powerful the machine is, even with just one of its graphics cards.
The new Mac Pro and Apple Pro XDR were available to order last week. As expected the deliveries have begun and users are posting pictures of their new Mac Pro. Interestingly, the Mac Pro’s are assembled in different plants for different regions.
After a gap of several years, Apple finally launched a new Mac Pro. The latest from Apple arrives with class-leading specs and several customization features. The Mac Pro is expensive and is being criticized by some. Now Snazzy Labs founder, Quinn Nelson has revealed that the new Mac Pro uses the cheapest ECC RAM from Micron.
Two days back Apple’s new Mac Pro and the Pro XDR went on sale. Now we have learned that the first orders are being dispatched and will be delivered as early as Friday.
One of the key highlights of the 2019 Mac Pro is that despite packing some beefy internals and 3 massive fans at the front, the machine works almost silently even when under full load. Despite all the fun that the cheesegrater front of the machine has been subjected to since it was originally announced, it is this design aspect that has made it possible for the Mac Pro to work silently.
The modular Mac Pro, which was released in the US yesterday, can be customized to add various official accessories and add-ons. Apart from regular hardware upgrades, you can also add wheels to its case, but you might need Apple’s help in doing so.