RatedRR has taken their gadget torture from shooting at things to blowing them with C4—a plastic explosive—and detonation cord. The victim will make Apple fanboys weep: A new shiny Mac Pro. The results are obviously spectacular—but perhaps even more impressive is how hard the Mac Pro is.
This is the iPro, a mix between the iMac and the Mac Pro with a 35-inch display by Swiss designer Kurt Merki Jr. Madness or genius? You decide.
Swiss designer Kurt Merki Jr. thought it would be cool to mix the iMac with the Mac Pro into one product called the iPro, complete with a 35-inch display and integrated sound bar. It looks... interesting, albeit a little bit far-fetched.
The cheapest Mac Pro you can buy, Apple informed us last week, will cost you $3,000. That's a pretty penny, sure, but not outrageous for a workstation these days. What if, though, you spec it out as far as you can go? That's when we hit new car territory.
Today, Apple presented to the world its new iPad Air and iPad mini, along with details about OS X Mavericks, updated MacBook Pros, and the Mac Pro. But why waste breath talking about all that when we can just enjoy it in series endless loops instead?
Apple's pulling out all the stops on its venerable Mac Pro line. This years edition offers more computing power than the entirety of some developing countries. Here's what's in store for Apple's power users in 2013.
Early computers were bland beige boxes—meant to blend in with whatever workspace they were placed on. But during the golden age of the super-powerful workstation, designers got wild with form factors and materials that oozed with confidence and no small amount of sass. In some ways, the new Mac Pro returns to that…
The last we heard of the Power Mac G4 Cube—a computer everyone loved, but no one could quite figure out—was in a press release from 2001. Twelve years later, we've finally met its beautiful, brilliant, and not altogether sane successor.
Apple exploded rumors that it would murder the Mac Pro today. How? Well, by previewing a new badass version of the high power monster that's coming "later this year". The guts of the new Mac Pro are undeniably impressive, but what about the new black, cylindrical look? We've heard everything from "OOOOO shiny", to,…
Today during the WWDC keynote, we got our first look at what Apple is thinking in terms of the future of Mac Pros. Everyone who said the Mac Pro is dead can just shut up. Here comes a new freaking generation of high-performance computing from Apple, and we couldn't be more excited.
Perhaps realizing that calling yesterday's Mac Pro update "new" was like hammering a nail into your wall and calling it a renovation, Apple fessed up today: there's nothing that new about it.
Today was like an Apple ChristmaHanuKwanzaakah, with a bounty of dreamy new machines and upgrades unveiled in all their slim, retina-displaying, functionally superior glory. Not included among the redesign group, however, were the iMac and the Mac Pro (though Mac Pro did get a quiet, unannounced internal upgrade, in…