Apple said when the Mac Pro comes with 1.5 TB of memory and a 32-inch Pro Display XDR monitor

Apple yesterday, in addition to announcing the new 16-inch MacBook Pro, also revealed the release date of its professional

Mac Pro PC and Pro Display XDR Monitor.

When to expect

So, according to the manufacturer, both new productswill be available in December. For some reason, Apple did not provide a more precise date. Most likely, it will be revealed closer to the start of sales. For the basic configuration of a Mac Pro you will have to pay $6,000. The monitor, in turn, will cost between $5,000 and $6,000.

If you suddenly forgot

As a reminder, the Mac Pro PC is in its base configuration.received an 8-core Xeon W CPU with a frequency of up to 4 GHz, 32 GB of memory, 256 GB of SSD memory and a Radeon Pro 580X video card. The top configuration has a 28-core Intel Xeon CPU, 1.5 TB of RAM in the form of 12 modules (six channels), up to four Radeon Pro Vega II, which have colossal computing power of up to 58 teraflops, a pair of 4 TB SSDs and a 1.4 power supply kilowatt.

The Apple Pro Display XDR Monitor canboasting a 32-inch Retina display with thin bezels, 6K resolution (6016x3284p) and support for True Tone, HDR (trade name XDR), and P3 color gamut. The stated screen brightness is 1000 nits, and the peak brightness is 1500 nits. Its contrast ratio is 1,000,000:1. In addition, the new product has a TCON microprocessor that regulates the backlight zones.

Source: Fonearena

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