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The all new Mac Pro Concept

Written by IT News on 3:51 AM

TIPSTER, a technology oriented site Engaged that in addition to update the iMac and Mac mini, Apple is also set to release four improved models of its high-end computer, the Mac Pro

As you have heard, last-minute losses allegedly confirmed six new models of the Mac - four iMac and two ministers - all of which pack more RAM and storage, in addition to NVIDIA chipsets. Flying is in line with previous data on an updated Mac mini (5 USB ports, Mini Display Port, mini-DVI, as the chipset NVIDIA MacBook and iMac, 2.0 GHz Core 2 Duo). Like the iMac, Apple's all-in-one computer is set to receive mini Display Port and features Core 2 Duo up to 3.06GHz.

Sure, the Mac Pro is "something else", literally. "Mac Pro configurations are in eight-core 3.0GHz to 3.6GHz and 16-core configurations in the 3.6GHz and 4.0GHz flavors, and sounds like it will be even funkier tips on video, says the flight. Engadget's TIPSTER says that" regular two DVI ports and a mini Display Port ... E "is a little lighter than the current model, with 35 pounds instead of 42." The TIPSTER simply known as Tom, says that "Airport Extreme and Time Capsule FCC filings also contain direct references to the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz operating simultaneously.

Almost everything seems to be in place and in accordance with the expectations of all, as hardware upgrades are involved. But the same question even the loss of Apple, the introduction of new systems - or at least the iMac and the ministry - not just today. It is less likely, as Apple is known to introduce significant hardware updates to these on their own grounds. March 24 event, which Apple says it sounds like a good bet for those ads.

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