After tearing the latest Mac Pro apart, the experts find the device to contain an upgradeable Intel processor
According to Apple Balla, the recently released latest model of Mac Pro can be upgraded with the future firmware, as a new experiment reveals that it includes a changeable Intel processor.
Other World Computer (OWC) tears off the new device and finds that the Intel Xeon E5 processor can be easily replaced, ultimately paving the users a way of upgrading the components.
OWC also states that the socket which has been used in all four CPUs on the device is LGA 2011, which removes all the problems of upgrading different components take place in the devices with soldered components.
It is really interesting to see Apple emphasizing on the issue of component upgrade. In the previos, Apple was criticized for using such components in its new Mac PC which had its processor soldered into the main board, ultimately making parts of the device irreplaceable and almost irreparable.
It is really good to see Apple constructing devices with replaceable devices. It will definitely attract more customers to use their products.
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