The innovation of the new Mac Pro leaves a gap between the old and the new. This gap could cost old Mac Pro users a significant investment as they switch to alternative data storage solutions.
The latest update to Final Cut Pro X brings full 4K support, along with some optimizations for the new Mac Pro and a number of other new features.
The new Mac Pro is available to order today, though shipping has already slipped to February 2014. A fully loaded model will cost you $9,599 – without a monitor.
Texas will get to build Mac Pro desktops for Apple and now a facility in Arizona will be used for Apple manufacturing as well. About 2,000 jobs will be created as a result and the facility will run entirely on a new solar power grid.
While things are not quite what they used to be, Apple does still have a shot at impressing its seemingly forgotten Mac Pro customers by putting the power back into its Macs.
Apple won’t immediately have a new model ready that meets new safety regulations. But CEO Tim Cook promised last year something “really great” is coming in 2013.
The Mac Pro was the product on Apple’s line that most needed a refresh, and it’s finally here. It features the latest quad-core and 6-core Intel Xeon processors, giving you up to 12 cores and offering 50 percent greater performance over its aging predecessor.
Naturally, it’s important to every Mac owner that their computer behave itself and work reliably and efficiently. But if, like me, you’ve…