The new Mac Pro offers impressive performance. But unless you spend most of your time in pro apps, Apple's other computers are great performers, too. These days, power users no longer need to go pro.
Apple's new Mac Pro is finally here, but is it for you? That all depends on the apps you use and what expansion options you need.
Jason Snell discusses the new Mac Pro and its upgrade potential with Lab Director James Galbraith, Senior Editor Dan Frakes, and Other World Computing's Larry O'Connor.
Everyone knows that Apple's new Mac Pro is smaller than the old one. But to really get just how small it is, you need to see it in person--or at least next to something familiar. Here are a dozen household objects that will give you some perspective.
Macworld Lab ran a series of tests on a new 8-core Mac Pro, and if you're using professional software for high-end tasks, you'll like the results.
Though the Mac Pro hasn’t even been available to the public for 24 hours, Apple has already released an update for the machine.
We've got a new Mac Pro in house and are testing it now. Here are a first few hands-on impressions with Apple's tiny high-end machine.
The 2013 Mac Pro is in the house. Here's a photo slideshow as we take the wraps off the new computer.
According to Apple, you can get the new Mac Pro with a quad-core, six-core, eight-core, or 12-core CPU, with speeds ranging from 2.7GHz to 3.7GHz. And then there's this Turbo Boost thing. If all that is making your head spin, Marco Arment can explain what it all means.
You won't be able to get your hands on Apple's high-end workstation for several weeks.