WWDC 2013: Apple has new Mac Pro series products “Designed by Apple in California. Assembled in USA”

Apple announced new products at WWDC 2013 Mac Pro. They are produced in the U.S. and Apple switched to Intel Xeon everything and the graphics power using AMD chips. Related news WWDC 2013: Apple brings out perhaps Intel Haswell, promises autonomy … WWDC 2013: Apple renews Mac OS X: Mac OS X tells Mavericks of the … LIVE WWDC 2013 has started! The new operating system Mac OS X is called M. .. Apple introduced at WWDC 2013 November classical computers known as Mac Pro. Phil Schiller may have been best expressed about the lack of innovation in the industry: “The hell that you can not innovate.” And so began to announce the news of Mac Pro. The new computer had a new design, black predominates using Intel Xeon E5 processors that can be configured up to 12 cores and graphics power will be on two AMD graphics cards. Not missing an HDMI port, two Thunderbolt ports, six, two Ethernet ports and four USB 3.0 ports. All storage is done now flash units without hard drives with mechanical and the Mac Pro can bring 4K TV signal. The new Mac Pro computers provided by Apple at WWDC 2013 is two times faster than previous ones, up to 7 puterede teraflops of computing. “Video editors, musicians, graphic designers will build further on the Mac Pro to do the job. [With these new models] did not want to do just a refreshment area for old models that everyone has” the said Phil Schiller, Apple’s marketing director. The most interesting of these computers is that they will be delivered directly from the U.S.. As the company likes to say, “designed by Apple in California. Assembled in USA”. Delivery will be sometime in the fall, there is still a price.


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