Apple held its annual World Wide Developers Conference in San Jose, California, Monday. The firm announced new features and designs for the operating systems that run on iPhones, iPads, Macs, Apple Watches and Apple TVs, as well as one very expensive new computer, the Mac Pro.
Apple is releasing an update of its Mac Pro desktop for professional Mac users for the first time since 2013.
The company is ditching its previous “trash can” cylinder design for a more traditional tower shape that will probably earn the new (better?) nickname “cheese grater.”
The computer is silver, covered in holes and has a handle on top. But professionals will likely care more about what is inside: a 28-core Intel () chip and 1.5 TB of system memory. It will start at USD$ 6,000 and be available in the fall.
The company is also making its own display again, called the Pro Display XDR. Also covered in holes, but on the back, the new display is rotatable and detachable. The 32-inch 6K retina LCD display starts at USD$ 4,999 and will be available in the fall. The required stand to hold said monitors will cost USD$ 999.
Source : Various