The new Mac Pro was unveiled at the start of this month when the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) was host to the Apple’s Keynote. In their keynote, Apple displayed an Amazing finished silver body of the processor with a black chrome apple logo attached on the middle of the sides.
The first generation of Mac Pro was actually a blocky computer that resembled traditional PC towers but Apple thought that they would change that and came up with a simple cylinder in the year 2013 consistent of two chip panels and a central fan for quiet cooling. Over time, the third generation of Mac Pro arrived, where we saw apple going back to the drawing board design.
This time around, it’s a really astonishing processor with only a couple of objectives in mind: modularity and performance. This two-layered circular lattice design serves the trio of fans a purpose; a purpose of handling huge computations without burning up your place. A fun fact that Apple assured in their keynote was, of course, the noise of the processor which will be no more than an iMac Pro.
Talking about the display of the processor, the front and back of the processor gives the same look like a cheese grater; which is actually about the holes on the silver body making the device perform without heating up the system and eventually burning a hole on your desk. Mac Pro was engineered to give you the best performance and this consists of the ports that are situated in the back, as well as a few on the top of the processor just below the power button.
These ports include two USB-A ports and two Thunderbolt 3 ports, as well as an HDMI support and two LAN networking ports. The thing about these ports is that it can run the famous CAT series including the CAT6a Plenum cable which can give you an access of 10 gigabytes of speed! Networking has never felt any better than what Mac Pro has in store.
Mac Pro has an 8-core Intel Xeon processor, 32 GB of RAM, a Radeon 580X graphics card, and a 256GB SSD. However, if you are not happy about the SSD, you don’t need to worry because it can be scaled up to 1.5 terabytes of RAM. The most interesting and fascinating thing about this processor is that it can run three 8K resolution streams, as well as 12 4K streams at the same time!
This device is massively powerful and has great potential to be the next big thing in the technology industry. It is set to release this fall and all its advantages and disadvantages will fall flat around that day.