Following the day's updates, as expected, the Mac Pro even received an upgrade. However, well below what was expected for nothing that was "silent".
Despite bringing processors up to 12 cores, confirming rumors, incredibly he did not bring the new USB 3.0 ports, not even the Thunderbolt ports, which are much more essential for professionals than for home consumers the port is available on MacBooks Air and Macs mini. The supposed new design did not show up either, which is not good news for those who want to use the server version, as it does not allow stacking.
The verse Quad-Core Mac Pro comes equipped with an Intel Xeon processor quad-core 3.2GHz, 6GB RAM, 1TB HDD, SuperDrive and 1GB ATI Radeon HD 5770 graphics card, for R $ 9,800 at the Apple Online Store. The verse Server practically the same, except for SuperDrive, which is replaced by a 1TB HDD at its final price of R $ 11,600.
J a verse 12-Core ships an Intel Xeon processor 6-core 2.4GHz, 12GB RAM, 1TB HDD, SuperDrive and 1GB ATI Radeon HD 5770 graphics card, for R $ 15,000.
Regarding Ma's home desktops (iMac and Mac mini), they haven't been updated yet, everything suggests that upgrades will arrive soon, most likely until the arrival of OS X Mountain Lion in July.