Apple Mac Pro is a revolutionary product with an amazing design. It has captured the attention of so many video and photo editors that the company is already experiencing stock issues in order to fulfil the consumer demand. The shipping date has been stretched as far as February 2014 but there is no doubt that Mac Pro its worth waiting for. Lets not forget that Mac Pro is being in the US at Apple’s 100 million dollar Texas plant.
Apple Mac Pro Stock Issues
Apple Mac Pro is being built and produced in the US. The Mac Pro is assembled in Texas while the components are being produced in Illinois and Florida. As promised by Apple, Mac Pro began shipping on December 19th but it is already running low on stock especially the top of line model. Some users who even placed the order on the same day the sales went live are now given a shipping date of February 2014.
The cheapest model of Apple Mac Pro will set you back $2999 while the top of the line configuration with 12-core Xeons, 64 GB memory, 1 TB PCIe SSD and dual AMD D700 with 6 GB VRAM will cost more than $10,000. In terms of expandability, Apple is promoting Thunderbolt 2 devices with six connectors at the back I/O along with USB 3.0 ports and Gigabit Ethernet ports. The small elegant design is mesmerizing and its astonishing how Apple managed to stuff so much in a simple design.
Apple Mac Pro Performance
Only a handful of media sites got their hands on the Mac Pro so the reviews will take some time but FCP.co ran some early benchmarks to unveil the blazingly fast PCIe SSD performance. Apple Mac Pro’s SSD delivers a staggering 985 MB/s read and 880 MB/s write speeds. The machine is capable of rendering multiple 4K videos at once without any issues. Early benchmarks have already gotten us excited and we can’t wait for the complete reviews.
Apple Mac Pro Unboxing