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With powerful components and a sleek design, the Mac Pro is a high-performance rig that is incredibly quiet, making it an excellent choice for music producers. But with 5,000+ configurations to choose from, it can be hard selecting the perfect set of specs. Luckily, with these hidden ways to save up to $3,000 on the 2019 Mac Pro, the choice got a whole lot easier.
When Apple launched Mac Pro in December, the company took flak for designing a machine with non-interchangeable feet, restricting owners from swapping out foot pegs for wheels without the help of Apple or an Authorized Service Provider. That will soon change.
Apple on Monday published a pair of white papers that offer a top-to-bottom overview of the technology employed in both Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR, the company's most powerful, and most expensive, Mac products.
Sonnet is giving Mac Pro owners an extra option to boost the capacity of their workstation with high-speed storage, with the Fusion Dual 2.5-inch SSD RAID PCIe 3.0 card enabling solid-state SATA drives to be installed via one of the expansion slots.