Apple announced its new Mac Pro at WWDC '13, a radical revamp of the old workhorse that does away with optical drives and nixes expandability. Read that as 'no user serviceable parts inside.'
Apple revealed the new look of the Mac Pro during WWDC 2013, going from the traditional box to a cylindrical design.
The new Mac Pro will be one-eighth the size of its predecessor.
Apple revealed a cutaway image showing the components of the new Mac Pro.
The Mac Pro will run an Intel Xeon CPU, with up to 12 cores.
New flash-memory technology gives this desktop workstation more than 1GBps throughput.
The Mac Pro can run dual AMD FirePro graphics chips.
The Mac Pro supports 4K video and can run three displays simultaneously.
Following its WWDC keynote presentation, Apple released photos of the new Mac Pro.
Rather than internal expandability, Apple touts the Thunderbolt 2, USB 3.0, Gigabit Ethernet, and HDMI 1.4 ports that allow external devices.
Here, Apple shows off the desktop's dual AMD GPUs.
Apple says the Intel Xeon E5 CPU makes the new Mac Pro twice as fast as the outgoing model.
The Mac Pro will use DDR3 RAM with 60GBps throughput.
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