“Following the release of Apple’s new difficult-to-upgrade iMac models in late 2012, some content pros wondered whether Apple sees Thunderbolt as the only answer to professional-market concerns,” Morgenstern writes. “Instead of a new Mac Pro with an advanced bus architecture and supporting highly-multicore processors, Apple would point to the iMac, which can be expanded with Thunderbolt.”
Morgenstern writes, “Content creators want a new Mac Pro. Is Apple listening? And what is their strategy?”
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MacDailyNews Take: Apple has already said the answer is coming very soon.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Sarah" for the heads up.]
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