“When I first gazed upon the radically redesigned, supercharged Mac Pro at Apple’s WWDC last June, my reaction was immediate: ‘This is my next computer,'” Ted Landau writes for Macworld. “The promise of lightning-fast speed combined with the allure of its futuristic cylindrical design seemed irresistible.”
“As it turns out, resistance was all too possible. With additional information now available, I’m certain that I won’t be purchasing a Mac Pro next month or at any other time in the foreseeable future,” Landau writes. “Further, I’m confident that many—possibly most—owners of earlier Mac Pros will reach a similar conclusion.”
Landau writes, “What finally killed any inclination I had to buy a Mac Pro was the cost.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Apple’s Mac Pro is for professionals. If you balk at the Mac Pro prices, you’re likely an iMac (or Mac mini) user. Either way, you’re getting a top-notch personal computer with the world’s most advanced operating system.
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