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Apple Plans 'Really Different' for Mac Pro 2013

Apple is always full of surprises for its consumers. The latest from the crunchy fruit logo-based technology giant is radically different from previous attempts at electronic goods. This next generation Mac Pro will surely wow audiences worldwide at its launch.

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Apple Plans 'Really Different' for Mac Pro 2013

Apple Plans 'Really Different' for Mac Pro 2013

Apple is about to pull a fast one on its competitors. The Mac Pro which is due to come out later this year is expected to feature some pretty hefty changes. According to MacRumors, it will be nothing like the previous model. Since the leakage of this fact the rumor mill has gone haywire. Tim Cook, the current CEO of Apple has also hinted at such a technological transformation in the upcoming series. Douglas Brooks, Apple’s Project Manager has some of the inside scoop on this jack-in-the-box high-tech product.

According to him it is worth waiting patiently for. The thing is so special that he can barely hold on to the secret information regarding it. This is Apple’s big breakthrough, after the depressive trial over patents that it lost to Samsung. There is some magic there in Apple’s repertoire of products. What began with two computer freaks, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, has expanded into a worldwide phenomenon that is hard to ignore.  

Apple’s ploy seems like a teaser campaign. However, the question is whether it can deliver the goods on time. Most importantly, the second query would be whether they will measure up to the high expectations it has set up in the minds of the common people. There are rumors regarding the product being given a preview at the WWDC. This will only materialize with the future. For now what the Mac Pro will look like is anyone’s lucky guess.

Apple is the maker of the iPhone, iPad and iPod. It is a truly terrific technological titan and is often seen throwing its weight about in the global game of need creation and fulfillment. This latest product from Apple will probably come out in late 2013 and is reputed to have the label “Made in USA” on it. Apple in a previous case had an import ban placed upon several of its products from abroad. That may be one reason why this special product will be American-made.

When any product comes out there is a buildup of suspense and a sense of anticipation among the consumer base. Sometimes this can have detrimental effects such as the spreading of conspiracy theories and propaganda not to mention misinformation. However, if Apple keeps up its promise of supplying the best than all those rumors and wagging tongues will vanish into thin air. All we can do for now is to wait and keep our eyes open.


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Lab tested: The Mac Pro Daisy Chain Challenge

Source: Mac World

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A Thunderbolt daisy chain can support six connected peripherals per port. And the Mac Pro has six Thundebolt ports, four more than any other Mac. The Mac Pro also has four USB 3.0 ports, one HDMI port, and two gigabit ethernet ports, so you can connect a lot of devices to one Mac Pro.Macworld Lab came up with the Mac Pro Daisy Chain Challenge: How many devices can we round up, connect, and use on a single Mac Pro.Here’s a list (in alphabetical order) of the storage devices ...
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Update: 10

Mac Pro shipping delays won't sink Apple profits

Source: Mac World

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Even four months after the Mac Pro’s initial release, Apple appears to be having problems making enough of the high-end cylindrical desktop computer. The company’s store currently shows shipping times of 4-5 weeks for all Mac Pro models, even the stock versions without additional customizations.Computerworld (which, like Macworld, is owned by IDG) points out that the supply constraints for the new Mac Pro are now worse than that of the iMac back in late 2012 and early 2013, which Apple CEO Ti ...
Source: Mac World   Full article at: Mac World 6 days ago, 9:30am CDT

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Mac Pro shortage sets record as worst Mac production boondoggle

Source: NetworkWorld

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Source: NetworkWorld   Full article at: NetworkWorld Apr 15 2014, 3:22am CDT

Update: 7

G-Tech intros glossy HHD box: Because media 4Kers need external storage too

Source: The Register

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Source: The Register   Full article at: The Register Apr 10 2014, 2:02am CDT

Update: 6

Mac Pro release date slips again, delayed by up to six weeks

Source: TechRadar UK

Sorry, Mac Pro fans, it looks like you'll have to wait a bit longer to get your hands on Apple's cylindrical computing goodness.Originally slated to ship in December 2013, the bin-esque computer's release date was pushed back to April in February. It's now listed as '5-6 weeks' on Apple's UK, US and AU websites.The Mac Pro almost never saw the light of day altogether in Europe after being hit with a ban for featuring exposed ports and fans, which was overtur ...
Source: TechRadar UK   Full article at: TechRadar UK Apr 3 2014, 6:08am CDT

Update: 5

Do you really need a Mac Pro?

Source: 3D World

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Read more about Do you really need a Mac Pro? at As 2013 drew to a close, our sister title MacFormat got a much-anticipated delivery: that brooding Vader-like cylinder that piqued the world's interest back in October. The Mac Pro is unquestionably a beautiful piece of hardware, but the blow to the wallet would make even the most profligate creative director think twice.     ...
Source: 3D World   Full article at: 3D World Apr 3 2014, 4:30am CDT

Update: 4

OWC processor/memory upgrades available for the Mac Pro you’re still waiting to receive

Source: 9to5Mac

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You may still be waiting for your Mac Pro to arrive, but OWC is ready to sell you a CPU upgrade once it does. The company offers a choice of four E5 2600-series processors, ranging from an 8-core 2.6GHz chip with 20MB cache for $950, to a 12-core 2.7GHz processor for $1480. We first confirmed that CPU upgrades were possible last December. The company says the upgraded processors offer speed gains ranging from 25 percent to 46 percent over ...
Source: 9to5Mac   Full article at: 9to5Mac Apr 2 2014, 9:20am CDT

Update: 3

OWC launches Mac Pro CPU and memory upgrade service

Source: Apple Insider

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Other World Computing on Tuesday announced a new turnkey upgrade program for late-2013 Mac Pros that offers replacement Intel Xeon CPUs and cheaper memory options not available directly from App ...
Source: Apple Insider   Full article at: Apple Insider Apr 2 2014, 12:03am CDT

Update: 2

OWC Brings Processor Upgrades to Apple’s New Mac Pro

Source: The Mac Observer

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OWC brought processor and memory upgrade options to Apple's new Mac Pro (2013) on Tuesday. The device can be built-to-order from Apple with an Intel Xeon 4, 6, or 8-core processor, but OWC is offering upgrades of 8, 10, and 12-core chips. According to the company, the upgrades are compliant with Apple's technical specifications, and they are fully tested and qualified.The Mac Observer Spin: Processor upgrades on a Mac Pro? Be still our collective hearts at TMO. Oh, sure, any one ...
Source: The Mac Observer   Full article at: The Mac Observer Apr 1 2014, 8:56pm CDT

Update: 1

New Mac Pro Boot Camp users now stuck with Windows 8

Source: BGR

Apple Struggles To Keep Up With Demand For Its Mac Pro Cylinder
It looks like Apple might have taken Microsoft's recent video to heart after all. MacRumors reports that Apple's support page for Boot Camp has been updated to reflect the fact that the latest Mac Pro will no longer support Windows 7 or any older versions of the operating system. Although all the previous models appear to have retained Windows 7 and Vista support, MacRumors notes that this could be the first sign of future Mac computers shedding support ...
Source: BGR   Full article at: BGR Mar 17 2014, 4:15pm CDT

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