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And if Apple could position it in between the iMac and the Mac Pro, many of those buying the former might consider paying extra for the machine that is capable of playing the latest games at respectable settings. Would you like Apple to offer a Mac you can game on, or is it unnecessary? Satechi dual HomeKit plug makes your outlets smarter [Review]. How I kept my iMac running for a decade.
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The version features a stainless steel frame and aluminum case that, when removed, provides unfettered access to the Mac Pro's interior.
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That makes the new Mac Pro distinct from most modern Apple devices, which are designed to be upgraded rather than easily modified or repaired. The new Mac Pro is easily the most powerful computer Apple has ever sold, and will compete with high-end Windows-based PCs optimized for handling hardcore video-editing and multimedia applications.
Hailed for its elegance and power in , the previous Mac Pro delivered cutting-edge components and performance at an extremely premium price. The configuration we tested at the time ripped through our benchmark tests, besting the highest-end Windows machines of the day.
But it was the Mac Pro's cylindrical case — sometimes referred to as the "trash can" design — that came to be seen as its most fateful limitation in a world where creative pros would seek increasingly powerful and hotter graphic cards and GPUs. We tested 5G speeds in 13 cities. Here's what we found : Faster speed versus more coverage. That's the most important issue for 5G networks today.