So, they may not come equipped with a Retina Display, nor will they fit comfortably in a rucksack. Or a small car boot for that matter. But Apple’s Mac Pros are still a desktop force to be reckoned with, and if you’re not interested in the portability of a MacBook Pro with Retina Display, the silver computing titans also got an overhaul at WWDC yesterday.
While the case remains the same as its been for some while, under the hood specs gets a boost from the entry level right through to the top-tier custom builds.
The cheapest model starts with a 3.2GHz quad-core Intel Xeon processor and 6GB RAM for £2050, while a 12-core (2 x 2.4GHz six-core Xeon, 12GB RAM) model will set you back £3100. Both have a 1TB drive and there’s also a quad core server edition for £2450.
Apple may be keeping quiet about the future of the 17-inch MacBook Pro, but at least one OS X juggernaut lives to fight another day.