“Apple hasn’t significantly updated the new Mac Pro since introducing it at WWDC 2013 and that’s led some to believe the company is giving up on their high-end desktop, the way they gave up on Xserve, their high-end server, in the past,” Rene Ritchie writes for iMore.

“I didn’t buy the rev A modern Mac Pro, but I fully intended to buy the rev B. It just never came. Not a year later, not two years later, and now not three years later. It might come next spring but no one outside Apple really knows for sure. And that creates an incredible amount of stress and anxiety in the community,” Ritchie writes. “Stress and anxiety they don’t deserve.”

“It may be impossible for a company like Apple to devote attention to every product all the time,” Ritchie writes. “The problem is the lack of updates for some of them — Mac Pro and Mac mini specifically — in between.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: As we wrote just yesterday: “If Apple loses the Mac professionals, they’ll have lost the plot.”

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