Apologies Are In Order For Mac Pro Users

Apr 05, 2017 05:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban

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Apologies are in order for not having enough upgrades and updates for Mac Pro users. Users of the Mac Pro have somehow expressed their disappointments for not being able to enjoy the upgraded versions they deserve.

 A recent update on Mac Pro should do the trick for now. Apple has recently introduced new Mac Pro configuration. This updated version is available for $2,999 which features 6-core Intel Xeon processor, dual AMD FirePro D500 and 16GB of memory. There is also an 8-core MacBook Pro for a thousand dollars more which comes with dual D700 GPUs.

This should somehow appease the fans of Mac Pro. Since Apple launched the Pro, nothing much happened. Many have speculated that there could be a major problem that Apple is facing, unfortunately, those may actually be accurate. Apple indeed hit strings of problems in terms of Mac Pro improvement which brought officials to rethink the entire machine according to Phil Schiller, Apple VP for Marketing.

The Mac Pro updated versions as earlier reported will be made available next year. Apple is also developing a modular system that can be easily be personalized for different needs. This system is expected to be popular for Pro users. iMacs are also expected to get the wave of upgrade and updates, as well as new versions, are reported to be made available late this year.

In addition, Schiller promised that the new Mac Pro will be something great. However, some users are a little bit skeptical on his recent pronouncements. Apple should know better this time and may take it seriously by making the new Pro a cut above the rest.

This should be the case as Schilling and Apple execs instruct their team to re-architect and design something great for the future of Mac Pro users who want more expandability and more upgradeability. It is interesting to see if Apple's latest innovation is enough.

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