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Apple to launch Mac Pro, Pro Display XDR on December 10

Apple, the leading iPhone company in last month confirmed that the Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR would be launched in December, but till now, the company had not given an exact date.

Apple’s emails states orders will start on December 10, so supposedly shipments will start soon after orders open up. The new modular Mac Prowas first established in June at the WorldWide developers Conference, with the machine aimed at Apple’s pro user base. The Mac Prowas designed with a heavy focus on upgradeability and expansion, and it features a traditional PC shape with an Apple-esque stainless steel frame with a lattice pattern that maximises airflow.

Internal specs comprise of workstation-class Xeon processors with up to 28 cores, up to 1.5TB of high-performance memory, up to two Radeon Pro II Duo GPUs, and eight PCIe expansion slots, along with an Apple Afterburner accelerator card.

Range on the Mac Prowill begins at $6,000, and will go up based on configuration. The base Mac Profeatures an 8-core Xeon W chip.
Apple intents to trade the Mac Proalongside the Pro Display XDR, a 6K display with a resolution of 6016 x 3384 and over 20 million pixels. Pricing on the Pro Display XDR starts at $5,000, with an add-on stand priced at $999.  

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