Building a supercomputer to appease the world’s most advanced developers, graphic artists, filmmakers and photographers was never going to be easy, but Apple pulled it off in 2006 with the Mac Pro. Now, 13 years later, Apple has reinvented one of its most powerful computers and introduced a whole host of features, far beyond expectations. This week, we lift the lid on the new Mac Pro, an extreme high-end computer reinventing the desktop PC.
It’s rare for Apple to sandwich in new hardware announcements between software unveils at its WWDC conference, but this year was different. With an auditorium packed full of devoted iOS and macOS developers, it was the perfect opportunity for Apple to show off a completely overhauled, breakthrough Mac Pro, designed to push the limits of what a Mac can do and empower developers, artists, filmmakers, photographers, and gamers to take their creativity to the next level. After a short video introduction voiced by Jony Ive in typical Apple style, the company showed off the stunning new workstation on the stage, to audible gasps from the crowd.
Find the full article at AppleMagazine #397!