Apple New Macbook Pro, Pro IMac’s is Back After a Year or Two: Apple has done something extremely unusual for it, and it is just amazing.
When the smart world had a wild guess that the Mac Pro is no more after its unsuccessful attempt in 2013, Apple has made an announcement about its progress in Mac Pro. Apple has its faith in desktops for Professionals. Though it hails in the other devices, the Mac Pro is always on the to-do list of Apple it seems, and that is why this time, out of the never before scenario, here we are with the announcement of a device which has almost years to get in shape. Mashable exclaimed, “It revealed a new product, not hours, days, or weeks, but months in advance.”
Yes, Apple is bringing Mac Pro back. They mentioned that Apple is completely rethinking the Mac Pro. It is to note that the Mac Pro redesigned version that came out in 2013 was a disappointment to the world. They mentioned that the changes in Mac Pro in 2013 was done with assumptions on the changes that the world would undergo, but unfortunately, it failed. After that, no upgrades or announcements came out for the same. Now, after the long silence, there has come the golden message to the Apple users.
Though the officials didn’t have any word about what form is the new device about to take, already there are assumed specifications were coming out. Well, in this case, we should call the rumored out specs of the Mac Pro as a Wishlist from the users.
The so said specifications include a six-core Intel Xeon processor, dual AMD FirePro D500 GPUs, and 16 GB of memory. The processor is the choice of customers. The price of the new Mac Pro with a six-core processor is rumored to be $2,999. An eight-core processor and dual D700 GPUs should be a $1000 more from the other.
Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior VP of worldwide marketing said, “We want them to understand the importance they have for us, we want them to realise that we’re investing in new Macs — not only new MacBook Pros and iMacs but Mac Pros for them, we want them to know we are going to work on a display for a modular system.” He added, “The current Mac Pro … was constrained thermally, and it restricted our ability to upgrade it. And for that, we’re sorry to disappoint customers.” – Macbook Pro
Schiller also mentioned that the new MacPro is going to have a modular system which would make it easily understandable and upgradable. At the same time, Craig Federighi stated that a modular component is crucial and will take a good while to happen.
Even though there are views that the MacOS has minority users and even in the birth place its given less importance than the iOS, Apple is always listening. It is a good sign that the technology big shot is all ears to its customer’s reviews and is owning its flaws. It is more happening to know that they are doing what they can to fix it.To see the result, maybe we will have to wait for a year or two undoubtedly. Let’s just hope that this has a result which is worth the wait.
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“A Pro iMac,” I bet another “slightly” configured computer, just another “Pro”!
These days, nothing revolutionary from this company whatsoever. So sad.
This company is just wasted. Tim Cook has no idea how “to create,” as Jobs once said, there are two types of guys in any tech company: content guy and process guy. Sadly, Cook is the latter.
There is no Steves anymore in Apple.
Look, it’s so sad to see how Apple even handles PR.
Some of the comments here remind me of when Macbook Pro and Imac #Apple released the #iBook G3. People would say “I can’t bring that thing into a meeting.” Exactly. That’s not what or who it’s designed for. Similarly here, if you want a touchscreen — get an #iPad or a #Wacom pad. The iMac Pro would be for production designers, retouchers, video producers, 3-D animators, etc. I’ve been an Apple user since 1985 and have been quite happy with every product I’ve purchased. If you don’t like their products, then don’t buy them. But don’t whine about it, please.
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