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Apple Announces New Mac Pro, 6K Display

Posted June 3, 2019 | Apple | Mac | Mac and macOS | Mac Pro | Windows

Apple’s new Mac Pro is finally here. After months, and even years of wait, the company’s Mac Pro is finally out for the public.

The new Mac Pro comes with a design that focuses on modularity and flexibility. According to Apple, users have 360-degree access to the entire system and can easily upgrade their machine as much as they like.

Here are the specs:

  • Intel Xeon processor with up to 28 cores
  • Up to 1.5 terabytes of RAM
  • GPUs: Radeon Pro 580X, Radeon Pro Vega II with 14 teraflops of GPU power and 32GB of HBM2, or Radeon Pro Vega II Duo
  • Eight internal PCIe slots
  • 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports, two USB-A ports
  • Two built-in 10GB ethernet ports
  • A built-in FPGA that allows for incredible compute power
  • Can process up to 3 streams of 8K video, or 12 streams of 4K video at a time
  • A 1.4kW power supply, because someone needs to power all these powerful components

Apple is also announcing a 32-inch 6K HDR display to go along with the new Mac Pro. This is the biggest Retina Display ever built by Apple, and has a resolution of 6016×3364 pixels, P3 and true 10-bit color, super wide-viewing angles, and more. It comes with a Pro Stand that makes the display feel very light, and you can rotate it as well — Apple also allows you detach the display form the monitor and use a VESA mount instead. It’s called the Pro Display XDR because it comes with Extreme Dynamic Range because Apple says its HDR is better than anyone else’s.

I have to be honest, Apple really came all out with the new Mac Pro. It will probably cost a lot, though. Starting at 8-core XEON processor, 32GB memory, Radeon Pro 560X, and 256GB SSD, starting at $5,9999. And for the Pro Display XDR, it will start at a whopping $4,999. Available this Fall.

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