Article By: Tony Bailey –www.macpcworkshop.co.uk
Apple continues to daunt its excited consumers with the new Mac Pro with the new OS X Mavericks system software. The only problem is that the new Mac Pro is still missing in action! Apple has always had a problem with adequately supplying new hardware or do they? Some opinions feel that it is a marketing stratagem and if it is it’s a great one! It has been a long time since the Mac Pro has had an update so users are beyond excited.
Interestingly enough, Apple has rolled out the new MacBook Air along with the availability of any configuration the user would want. Each new IPhone generations has launched without inventory to match demands. On the other hand, in today’s market, speculation can be deadening to any business. So is it good strategy or bad mismanagement? No matter the situation, Apple has their customer base giddy with delight because Apple did disclose photos of the new case!
With no credible information yet, it’s hard to nail Apple down when it comes to the new MacBook Pro. None-the-less if shipments are scheduled for today or in two months, it will be guaranteed that it will be a quicker kicking machine! It could be that Apple awaits Intel to supply a faster iteration with the Haswell chip or perhaps the intricately complexity of the new computer architecture of the thunderbolt fast Mac Pro is working its way into the MacBook Pro. It is all very exciting, but all speculation right now. The new machines will probably be shipped out in the Fall but before Christmas.
The machine does have some interesting additions such as if you move the unit to plug in the peripherals the computer senses the movement and illuminate the back to make it easier to see the ports. That is a simple item, but it makes you wonder what other surprises it has!
The machine is heavy, solid with the same aluminum composite used for inside framing as is used on the outside casement.
Mac Pro 2013 has a significantly faster memory the applause going to a four-channel DDR3 memory controller speeding along at 1866MHz and fixed storage will be much faster. As with most Apple machines, there is an on-board flash drive but now with next generation PCI Express flash storage.