WWDC 2013: Apple announces redesigned Mac Pro

Apple have offered a sneak peak at the brand-new redesigned Mac Pro.

Now sporting a cylindrical look, the flagship desktop machine has been given a sleek new look and hugely-improved internals, designed to last “for another 10 years”. At the core of the new machine is a 12-core, 256-bit Intel Xeon E5 processor with 1866MHz DDR3 RAM capable of 60GB/s data transmission. Keeping in line with Macbooks, the new tower will feature PCIe-based flash storage, and also have four USB 3.0 ports as well as six Lightning 2.0 ports for expanded memory. The connections don’t end there though, as there will also be  am HDMI-out 1.4, and dual gigabit ethernet ports, as well as 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity.




It will also be the first Mac that will come with dual AMD FirePro GPUs as standard, and they’ll also support 4K displays.

No release date nor price has yet been announced for the new machine.


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