New Apple Mac Pro 2018 Model to be Released Next Year

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    Apple to release completely refreshed Mac Pro by next year. Phill Schiller, Apple’s SVP of World Wide Marketing today told reporters, “We are completely rethinking the Mac Pro“. Which means, there will be a huge upgrade to Mac Pro 2018 model internally and externally (design wise) to make it more powerful than now for Professionals.

    He also confirms, that Apple is working on a brand new Apple Display to go with the all new Mac Pro 2018 model. “Since the mac pro is a modular System, we are also doing a pro display” – Schiller.

    new mac pro 2018 model

    On the other news, Apple has bumped up the hardware specification of current Mac Pro models. Mac Pro 2017 model (early) version now comes with latest Intel Xeon Processors. Pointing to the growth of PC in recent years, Schiller also confirmed that his team is working on new Mac Pro 2018 model, expected to be released by next year.

    After seeing the Microsoft Surface competition, it looks like Apple may be working on some Professional Desktop Computer experience with its Mac Pro line up.

    Rather than some internal hardware changes, we are expecting some powerful external design changes as well. A complete Mac Pro computer that Designers and Professionals will love to own.

    Let’s wait for Rumor mill spinning stories in coming days. Thanks for reading and feel free to share this post. Do comment your thoughts below. Have a great day.

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