Despite its rather dear price tag of $2,999, Apple’s Mac Pro appears to be doing quite well as there have been reports that the computer has recently managed to sell out its initial batch of shipments. The Mac Pro’s pre-orders had gone...Show More Summary
Apple said Wednesday that its new high-end desktop, the Mac Pro, will go on sale Thursday — giving impulse buyers just enough time to make a last, expensive addition to their gift lists. The Mac Pro, a cylindrical tower that gives it...Show More Summary
Apple is now selling its new U.S.-assembled Mac Pro via its online store, as announced yesterday in a press release. The pro-targeted computer starts at $2,999, but with custom options and maxed out specification, plus a single Sharp 4K display which also went on sale this morning, you can spend as much as $13,194.00. Show More Summary
The wait is over. If you've been itching to get your hands on the new, redesigned Mac Pro ever since Apple teased it at WWDC in June, your wait is almost over. Read Full Story
Apple’s cylindrical Mac Pro, which was announced earlier this year, went on sale overnight. It’s a striking machine with a striking price to match, but you’ll pay extra to buy one in Australia. More »
Apple on Thursday will begin selling the newest version of the Mac Pro online and in stores at a starting price of $2,999.
The tube-shaped maxed-out Mac starts at $2,999.
Apple has posted holiday shipping deadlines on its online store to inform customers of when orders must be placed to receive products by Dec. 24. The site shows when iPads, iPhones, iPods, Apple TVs, Macs, and other select accessories must be ordered to ensure delivery by Christmas Eve, for both standard and next day shipping. Show More Summary
With Apple's online store only offering Gift Card incentives on Macs this Black Friday and power-sellers like Best Buy and Amazon running out of the most popular models days ago, the lowest prices on Macs that are actually in stock for shipping continue to come from a handful of the company's independent resellers. Show More Summary
Love the subhead on this Wired piece: “It may look like Apple’s Mac OS X, but it’s not.” It looks like Mac OS X if someone designed it based on verbal descriptions of OS X, circa Leopard, shouted over a bad cell phone connection, and translated through different languages a few times. ?
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) has been dominating the PC market ever since its MacBook appeared. That was 7 and a half years ago and since then, Apple’s market share has grown by an astonishing 150%, simply blazing through the competition and for the most part landing on its feet. By now, pretty much everyone knows […]
The rise of tablets and smartphones may be contributing to the decline of the PC market as a whole. But for years now, Apple’s Mac lineup has continued to flourish. If you look at the long-term trends of Apple’s quarterly numbers, unit...Show More Summary
Will ARM architecture make its way to Apple's Mac after all?
For the love of all that is Apple and Mac, Senior Vice President of Design at Apple Inc., Jonathan Ive and team mate, the very influential industrial designer Marc Newson, have put together a one-of-a-kind red Mac Pro that will be auctioned off for charity. To commemorate Apple’s 20th anniversary this super cool cherry red,Continue reading...
Apple is sending a set of Mac Pro posters to select journalists, according to TechCrunch. Writers at CNET, Dallas Morning News and TidBITS have all received copies of the posters, which feature images of the Mac Pro's radical cylindrical design along with the following message:It's the computer we were insane to build. Show More Summary
Apple's updates to the Mac, along with Google's Chromebooks, could help it win the war against Microsoft's Windows.
OS X Mavericks, the first of Apple's post-big cat OS updates, is named for one of the nicest spots on Earth. Mavericks is a surf beach in California, and the operating system that takes its name definitely represents a new wave in Mac software, even though it isn’t drastic change from OS X 10.8. Show More Summary
During yesterday's media event, Apple played a video highlighting the production process for the upcoming Mac Pro, a machine that will see Apple bring Mac production back to the United States and is already seeing over 2,000 people in...Show More Summary
Computer operating systems have historically cost a boatload of money. When Microsoft launched Windows 95 18 years ago, it was $210. Apple's Mac OS X operating system for Mac computers went for $129 when it launched in 2001. That means...Show More Summary
Apple's completely redesigned Mac Pro desktop computer finally has a release date.