The new Mac Pro 2013 release date is set in December according to the special Apple Event. It was introduced alongside the refreshed iPad line, MacBook Pro 2013 and OS X Mavericks.
The Mac Pro 2013 offers a radical design that has a new form factor and improved performance, graphics, memory and expansion capabilities. It was first introduced during Apple's Worldwide Developers' Conference in June where Apple showed off the Mac Pro trailer.
The Mac Pro 2013 price starts at $2,999 for a 3.7GHz quad-core Xeon model with 12GB DRAM, Duel FirePro D300, 2GB VRAM each video memory and 256GB SSD.
This is the first Mac Pro assembled in the U.S. This version of Mac Pro is energy-efficient and environment-friendly and will be shipped in December.
Top 5 features of Mac Pro that will make you buy it in December:
Sophisticated design - The new Mac Pro specs and features are all packed in a thermos-like, cylindrical casing that gives off a sleek and sophisticated design and does not take up too much space.
Xeon chip processor - Mac Pro features the next-gen Xeon chip, which is the fastest processor ever put in a Mac and provides twice the computing power as the previous generation Mac Pro. It will be available in quad-, 6-, 8-, or 12-core configurations, with up to 30MB L3 cache and 40 lanes of PCI Express Gen3.
Dual workstation graphics - The new Mac Pro 2013 is the first Apple desktop to feature dual-workstation graphics, offering 2.5 times faster graphics than the old Mac Pro that offers up to 7 teraflops of compute power for graphics and computer intensive tasks using OpenCL technology
PCI flash internal storage - The latest Apple device packs the next-generation PCIe Flash internal storage, which is 2.5 times faster than any flash in the previous Mac and 10 times faster than any hard drive ever put in a Mac. This makes the new Mac Pro as the most expandable Mac ever.
Thunderbolt 2 - The new Mac Pro features Thunderbolt 2, which can support up to six devices per port and is backward compatible and is twice as fast as the first Thunderbolt.
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