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Apple Unveils Mac Pro At WWDC 2013

Apple's WWDC 2013 is running on. Apple is unveiling its upcoming products and iOS features one by one. Few minutes ago, Apple unveiled new MacBook Air. And now Apple has given developers a sneak peek of an updated Mac Pro desktop PC.
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Apple May Redesign iMac And Mac Pro In 2013

During the yesterday's WWDC event, the one thing that awed everyone was the ultra-powerful MacBook Pro with Retina display, a machine that seems unmatched in the world of notebooks. In fact, the kind of hardware it packed, this MacBook Pro may even put a lot of desktop machines to shame. And that is perhaps why Apple seems less interested in…
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Apple Also Updates Mac Pro Lineup Silently

The WWDC 2012 event has largely been about MacBook notebooks, with Apple introducing some very stunning machines such as the Retina display MacBook Pro. However, an interesting thing is that at the same time, Apple has also upgraded its Mac Pro machines, at least on the website. Little mention of these machines was made at Apple's event, so it is…
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Apple May Go Back To Nvidia For Mac Pro Hardware

Reports are suggesting that Apple may switch, yet again, back to Nvidia for the GPUs of the upcoming Mac Pro hardware update. Another claim that is part of this latest report is that the new Mac Pros will be featuring the much-anticipated Intel Ivy Bridge processor. This processor makes use of Trigate transistor technology and is being hailed as…
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No New MacBook Pro Until Early Next Month

Intel's target release day for the new Sandy Brdige E processors and their Xeon E5 equivalents has slipped to early 2012, which will likely delay any Mac Pro updates until then and the chips were originally planned for release on November 15th. The reason for the continued fluidity in launch timing is unknown and Apple's primary MacBook Pro and…
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Apple Launched Final Cut Pro X

Apple has introduced a new version of the Final Cut suite at the Final Cut Pro Supermeet during NAB 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The latest version of the hugely popular video editing software adds support for 64-bit processors and can now take advantage of more than 4GB of RAM.
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