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Sales of New Mac Pro to Begin on 17th November

Apple is going to bring the new cylindrical Mac Pro in the market on 17th November

Oct 17 2013, 6:26am CDT | by

Sales of New Mac Pro to Begin on 17th November
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Everyone may be excited by the rumored release of the new iPads on Apple’s 22nd October event, but there is another major product update which is coming out very soon. According to MacG.co, a French site, Apple is releasing the new Mac Pro on 17th November.

The new Mac Pro, having a cylindrical shape, will not only be smaller but also lighter than its previous version. Nonetheless, it will be equipped with powerful accessories, including a 12 core 256 bit Intel Xenon processor and 1.866 MHz of DDR3 RAM. It will also contain a large number of ports, including four USB 3.0 slots and 6 Lightning 2 ports.

However, the price of the new Mac Pro hasn’t been revealed yet.

There has been a strong speculation of announcing the new Mac Pro on the 22nd October event, along with other upgrades of MacBook Pro, including both the 13 and 15 inch models being updated with Intel Haswell processors.

The updated versions of MacBook Pro are expected to be available on market on either 24th or 25th October.

 
 
 


Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.

 

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