Apple announced today that its previously unveiled all-new Mac Pro and Apple Pro Display XDR display will be available to order in December 2019.
During the unveiling of the new 16-inch MacBook Pro, which is the most powerful Mac netbook ever created by Apple, the Cupertino, California-based company revealed the fact that its all-new Mac Pro desktop computer and Pro Display XDR monitor unveiled earlier this year in June, will be available for order from apple.com starting next month.
The all-new Mac Pro has been designed by Apple to offer customers maximum performance, as well as the best-in-class configurability and expansion ever in a Mac Pro computer. Powered by workstation-class Intel Xeon processors with up to 28 cores, the Mac Pro 2019 features world’s most powerful graphics card, a high-performance memory system with a huge 1.5TB capacity, and eight PCIe expansion slots.
Available to order in December
Dubbed by Apple as the world’s best pro display, the 32-inch Retina 6K Apple Pro Display XDR display features a superwide viewing angle, 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio, 1,600 nits of peak brightness, as well as P3 wide and 10-bit color. Both the Mac Pro and Apple Pro Display XDR will be available to order in December through apple.com.
As far as the price goes, the Mac Pro starts at $5,999 USD and the Apple Pro Display XDR starts at $4,999 USD. Initially slated for release in fall 2019, the newly redesigned Mac Pro and the Pro Display XDR probably suffered manufacturing delays due to the tech giant’s commitment to US economic growth and manufacturing the Mac Pro in Austin, Texas.
“The Mac Pro is Apple’s most powerful computer ever and we’re proud to be building it in Austin. We thank the administration for their support enabling this opportunity,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “We believe deeply in the power of American innovation. That’s why every Apple product is designed and engineered in the US, and made up of parts from 36 states, supporting 450,000 jobs with US suppliers, and we’re going to continue growing here.”