Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR-orders begin in December 10
you will finally be able to get the new Mac-Pro and Pro Display XDR on Tuesday, December 10, according to a “Save the Date” E-Mail from Apple sent to some customers earlier this evening. Last month, when Apple announced it would ship in December, but today is the first time we’ve seen an actual date. In particular, Apple did not say when the Mac Pro is actually ship.
prices for the Mac Pro begins at $6,000, but you can expect to pay a much more than that, if you stuff everything you can into it—although, so far, Apple has not provided prices for customer-specific models. We probably will not see these prices up to 10.
And that’s not even counting the Pro-Display-XDR, which costs $5,000 and comes optional with a $1,000. (Fortunately, Apple is also the possibility of buying a $200 VESA mount offers.) On the realistic low-end, you 12,000.<'re already looking at $/p>
The entry level Mac Pro comes with a 8-core Intel Xeon W processor, 32 GB of RAM and a ridiculously tiny 256GB SSD. If you have money—or, more likely, your company—you can stuff it with four GPUs, with a whopping 1.5 TB of RAM./p>
As for the 32-inch-Pro-Display-XDR, it does much to justify its price with a Retina display resolution of 6016×3384, 1,000 of sustainable nits of brightness and 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio. With that $1,000 will be, you can also customize the display XDR height and tilt. And if the is expensive enough for you, you can
We are glad that the Mac Pro faithful on the Apple, even though we know that it’s probably not a huge success in terms of units sold. As Macworld columnist Jason Snell said earlier this month, the Mac Pro is especially important, because Apple’s long connection with the high-end creative professional market. It is expandable, attractive, and strong—and it is a symbol that Apple has not forgotten its roots.
Released on Sun, 08 Dec 2019 03:43:00 +0000