Apple | Jun 14, 2019 | Master3395
Apple leaked, now they say "fall".
In the past 24 hours, Apple has first suggested that their new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR be released in September, then retire. More visitors to Apple's website discovered that when you clicked on the products to see more information, a "Coming September" text came up.
Leak-missing or delayed?
But a few hours later the text was changed back to "Coming This Fall". It is speculated whether internal employees had released details they should not have done, if the date could have been postponed or if it was just a mistake. Apple has not yet commented on the incident - or given an official launch date yet for the new products.
There is great excitement for upcoming Mac Pro and the new 32-inch XDR screen. The former can have up to 28 cores, not Xeon processors and as much as 1.5 TB of memory. No less than eight PCIe cards can fit inside the machine, as can as much as 4 TB of SSD storage.
Pro Display XDR has been widely discussed for the price tag on its monitor stand which will be sold separately for NOK 8 700. Of course, other less expensive stands can be used. The screen itself, however, becomes very impressive with 1,000,000: 1 contrast, true 10-bit color support, and 6K resolution.
Mac Pro is launched at around NOK 52,200, while the screen will cost approximately NOK 43,500. Prices are indicative of the US market.
Keywords: Apple, mac, mac pro, pro display xdr, technology
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