Does not look like you can upgrade anything on the thing
Fruity cargo cult Apple does not look like it will be allowing businesses who have shelled out up to $50,000 on its Mac Pros to carry out GPU upgrades.
Why not solder in the RAM?
After Apple turned its Mac Pro into a giant $6000 cheese grater, we have been waiting to see how the fruity cargo cult could mess up its flagship product even further.
Titled "Peek Performance"
Apple has scheduled its next livestreamed event for March 8th, where the company is expected to announce a new iPhone SE, an updated iPad Air, and possibly give a peek on its upcoming Mac Pro.
At least those who know a bit about PCs
While Jobs Mob does not want to flog a Mac with one of Intel's 12th-generation Core processors, there is support amongst those fanboys who know about PCs to make it happen.
Including a dual-GPU Radeon Pro W6800X Duo
AMD has brought a big update to the Apple Mac Pro system by introducing the new Radeon Pro W6000X series graphics cards, with all three SKUs, the Radeon Pro W6900X, Radeon Pro W6800X, and the Radeon Pro W6800X Duo, based on the RNDA2 Navi 21 GPU.
Also warns that you could end up with a slower computer
Fruity cargo cult Apple has issued some specs of its expensive giant cheese grater Mac Pro and has made the mistake of being a little too honest about what the $6,000 machine can do.
Will be even more expensive
US President Donald [Prince of Orange ] Trump has decided that the US flagship of corporate capitalism Apple will have to pay tariffs on Mac Pro parts made in China.
Design is something for other people
The fruity cargo cult Apple, which used to be known for its design over substance, has come up with a new Mac Pro design which looks like a cheese grater.
Commitment to being cutting edge
Apple’s determination to be at the cutting edge of computing has been highlighted by its commitment to keep its Mac Pro up-to-date.
Details under wraps, will not be shipping this year
During a low-key Mac Pro refresh announcement among a handful of journalists in a white building near its Cupertino headquarters on Tuesday, Apple mentioned details on a new company-branded “Pro” display lineup to accompany its iMac and top-end workstations.