Apple Debuts Dramatic Redesign for Mac Pro
Sleek 4K-ready Design Earns Kudos from Users, But Also Some Skepticism
— Nino Leitner (@NinoLeitner) June 10, 2013
I love that they made the new Mac Pro look just like your travel coffee mug. Computer + Thermos = innovation
— Luke Mullen (@ldmullen) June 10, 2013
OK Phew… Apple going longer than 1 hour ;) New MacPro looks awesome…I'll take 2 to replace my AGING ones at the office.. #wwdc
— Vincent Laforet (@vincentlaforet) June 10, 2013
Mac Pro does not impress me so far.Pretty design, but not functional design.Function is most important for pro users.
— Peter Cote (@petercote) June 10, 2013
The shape of the new mac pro tells you how many CUDA cores it has: 0
— Austin Wallender (@voidstin) June 10, 2013
Having a build-to-order Nvidia option would make this new Mac Pro option awesome, and nobody can tell me that's not possible.
— Alexis Van Hurkman (@hurkman) June 10, 2013
It seems new #macpro has no PCI expandability we don't seem to know about any other internal expandability…how are these people praising it?
— Scott Simmons (@editblog) June 10, 2013
Clever of apple to not mention the new mac pro price. Just keep saving people… whenever you think you've saved enough, save more. #wwdc2013
— Sara Collaton (@saracollaton) June 10, 2013
So for my DIT friends how useful is that big ol cart now? Be careful when DP & Prod come to check shots they dont put the coffee in your Mac
— Jim Geduldick (@Filmbot) June 10, 2013
THE NEW MAC PRO FINDS YOUR LACK OF FAITH DISTURBING. #WWDC
— John Scalzi (@scalzi) June 10, 2013
I see a lot of people bitching about MacPro – probably means Apple got it right.
— Jeff Heusser (@neonmarg) June 10, 2013
Update 5:25 p.m. ET: Blackmagic Design CEO Grant Petty says the company's tests show that DaVinci Resolve 10 "screams" on the new Mac Pro hardware.