During today’s WWDC keynote, Phil Schiller gave us a rare and unprecedented look at an upcoming product that won’t be shipping for a while. If you saw today’s keynote, you likely managed to catch Apple’s 30-second teaser video for the next-gen Mac Pro. It was reported earlier that the Mac Pro will be touting dual workstation CPU FirePro processors, up to 2 times faster than the current Mac Pro. There will also be built-in support for up to 3.4K displays, HDMI out, GB Ethernet, and internal storage with 1.25 GBps reads and 1 GBps writes. The new Mac Pro features Thunderbolt 2, and it’s backwards-compatible with the current-generation Thunderbolt accessories. The design of the device has been completely revamped as well, with the new model being only 9.9 inches tall.
Apple took the liberty to update its website with a new cool and informative interactive page for the Mac Pro. If you’re interested in learning more about the Mac Pro, we’d recommend hitting the source link below to check it out. It definitely is a few steps forward from just an average update. Phil Schiller even said the following during the keynote when referring to the Mac Pro and the general remarks of Apple being unable to innovate:
Can't innovate anymore, my ***!