In a press release, Apple today announced that the new Mac Pro Presented to the public for the first time during WWDC 2013, it will be available for purchase from December 19 through the Apple Online Store, the company's physical stores and through authorized resellers.
The new Mac Pro promises to do with professional desktops what the MacBook Air did with consumer laptops: to promote a new trend, a new direction. The cylindrical design with 25cm high and 17cm in diameter it has 1/8 of the total volume of the old Mac Pro completely different from what we have already seen and also the first Mac in years to escape the aluminum look of the entire current line, bringing a shiny black surface (glossy).
The new Mac Pro fully assembled in the United States.
It also impresses with technical specifications: digital audio input and output, four USB 3.0 ports, six Thunderbolt 2 (20Gbps) ports, two Gigabit Ethernet ports and an HDMI 1.4 output. Inside, the new Mac Pro features 12-core Intel Xeon E5 processors, two AMD FirePro workstation-class GPUs (with up to 6GB of dedicated VRAM), PCI Express-based flash storage and ECC DDR3 memories running at 1,866MHz four channels (with up to 60GB / s of bandwidth), giving you a computing power of 7 teraflops. It is up to 2.5x faster than the old Mac Pro, according to Apple, and supports up to three simultaneous monitors with 4K resolution. In addition, it features Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.0 wireless connectivity.
In Brazil, the new professional desktop from Apple costs from R $ 13 thousand check out the first impressions of those who have already tested the machine.
Price: from R $ 12,999.00 (or 12 times from R $ 1,083.25)Models: quad-core and 6-coreCurrent generation: end of 2013
Update · 12/19/2013 s 09:21
Has arrived! The new Mac Pro is now available for purchase with shipping scheduled for January.
Update II · 12/19/2013 s 13:57
Shortly after starting sales, the Mac Pro is now shipping in February.
As we know and reinforced by tweet above Tim Cook, the Mac Pro made in Austin, USA. Adding this to the fact that Ma's professional desktop is a totally new project, it is easy to imagine that we will see this stock problem for a long time
Update III, by Rafael Fischmann · 12/20/2013 s 01:04
Forbes, an Apple spokesman said:
Demand for the new Mac Pro is optimal and it will take time for supply to balance demand.
Obviously, but how ?is this demand?? How many units did Apple manage to produce initially? We will probably never know for sure.