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Matthew Panzarino
Apple shipping a new Mac Pro in 2019, which will incorporate feedback from its new Pro Workflow Team. And to answer the most popular question, no, I didn't see any new Mac Minis.
A year ago, I visited the Apple campus in Cupertino to figure out where the hell the new Mac Pro was. I joined a round-table discussion with Apple SVPs and a handful of reporters to get the skinny on...
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Benjamin Mayo Apr 5
Replying to @panzer
Did they mention the pro display at all? The opening quote is from a year ago right.
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Matthew Panzarino Apr 5
Replying to @bzamayo
They did but only in passing, as in its coming. Got feeling timing coincides with Mac Pro
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Victor Prieto Apr 5
Replying to @panzer
Early 2019? Mid? Late? We could be 18+ months away... Thankfully iMac Pro is here, but power users are still wanting their custom rig like in olden days... at least its not too far away...
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Michael Campanella Apr 5
Replying to @panzer
Did you buy chance ask if going forward the MacBook Pro also falls under this Pro Workflow Team?
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Red Apr 5
Replying to @panzer
Is the delay marketing related (give them time to cash in/recoup iMac Pro investment?
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Red Apr 5
Replying to @panzer
"delay"
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Lou Miranda Apr 5
Replying to @panzer
2019: A year before (starting?) the move to ARM. So does “modular” mean it comes with Intel CPUs which can be swapped (or enhanced) with ARM CPUs?
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Sean Holmes Apr 5
Replying to @panzer @TechCrunch
Too little too late. By then everyone else will have leapfrogged them again.
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akaSPOOKY Apr 5
Replying to @panzer
Mac Mini ... Pro?
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Shameer Mulji Apr 5
Replying to @panzer @bzamayo
which would only make sense.
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Shameer Mulji Apr 5
Replying to @TheNewLou @panzer
Good point. Unless MP is announced late 2019 but shipping early 2020 which would coincide with the 2020 rumors of Apple transitioning to ARM.
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Matthew Panzarino Apr 5
Replying to @TheNewLou
Very unconvinced of that timeline
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Matthew Panzarino Apr 5
Replying to @CampanellaFoto
It does, it’s mentioned
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Michael Campanella Apr 5
Replying to @panzer
That’s great news, hopefully they can redeem the 15” MacBook Pro. I really feel like it to a big step backwards with the last revision.
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Brian Stucki Apr 5
Replying to @panzer
2018MM? I don’t believe they exist.
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B R A M Apr 5
Replying to @panzer
Usb ports please!
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Andrew Brown Apr 5
Replying to @panzer
“process to more fully grok” I think you mean “grow” there. 😉
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Andrew McAllister Apr 5
Replying to @panzer
Great article. I guess I’m wondering what they expect pro users to do until 2019? Buy trashcans? iMac Pros? Laptops? Move to Windows?
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Lou Miranda Apr 5
Replying to @shameermulji @panzer
Or it ships in 2019 with Intel modules (and no mention of ARM, but then an iFixit teardown reveals an ARM module is possible… and the rumors really heat up), and then in 2020 Apple introduces ARM modules. Yeah, I’m not a hardware guy. But Apple does control the whole stack.
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