I had no idea you could use the Mac Pro on its side, but according to this Apple support document, you can.
The Mac Pro is quite incredible. Watch the movie at the end of the article to see just how much power this machine has.
It’s amazing what they go through to make it.
A lot of people are probably going through this same type of thinking. Of course, there are others that will just grab the Mac Pro as soon as it’s released.
I really like the new Mac Pro and since I use mostly external rack units and other gear, the lack of expansion slots is fine with me. Many studios won’t be upgrading right away, and when they do, there will be a lot more gear that supports Thunderbolt and other I/O options. Peter Kirn has a nice look at what the audio industry thinks of the Mac Pro.
The idea of the Thermal Core on the Mac Pro reminds me a lot of the Cube. I wonder how much of that technology Apple looked to for the Mac Pro. Overall, this looks like an incredible system—lots of power and expandability is just what the pros were looking for.
Apple on Thursday confirmed news that it would stop selling the current model of the Mac Pro in the EU on March 1, 2013. […]
Apple on Tuesday confirmed for The Loop that an email posted to the Mac Rumors forums was in fact from company CEO Tim Cook. Cook responded to a customer’s concerns about the Mac Pro and emailed him directly. The email … Continued
The average selling price of a Mac increased 5.71% over the last two quarters. If we apply that growth rate to NPD’s data that says the ASP of a PC was $615 in November, then the ASP of a PC … Continued
Apple’s Mac sales are showing an incredible surge for the second fiscal quarter, according to a new report on Monday.
In a note to clients on Monday, financial analyst Gene Munster said U.S. Mac sales are up 27 percent over last year’s second quarter. Munster based his analysis on data provided by market research firm, NPD.
Overall PC shipments fell in the first quarter of 2011 in the United States, but Apple gained.
In fact, Apple’s market share gains were the highest among the top companies, according to a new report from market research firm, Gartner.
Apple shipped 1.25 million Macs in the first quarter of 2010 and 1.49 million in the first quarter of 2011. The company’s market share grew from 7.3 percent in 2010 to 9.3 percent in 2011.
Apple is in the process of cutting software titles and some hardware peripherals from its retails stores to make room for other services.
Apple’s Mac growth continues to outpace the overall PC market as the latest numbers prove the Macs popularity.
Universal Audio at NAMM showed off its newest product, the UAD-2 Satellite Duo and Quad FireWire DSP Accelerators.
More people were walking out of an Apple store on Black Friday with an iPad than a Mac, according to Piper Jaffray Senior Research Analyst, Gene Munster.
On Friday Apple quietly updated its Web site with information indicating that the Xserve – its rack-mounted server hardware – will be discontinued effective January 31, 2011. The Loop sought the advice of experts to help understand Apple’s enterprise IT … Continued
In a move bound to disappoint IT professionals and others, Apple has posted a technical bulletin to its Web site noting plans to discontinue its Xserve product after January 31, 2011.
Apple on Thursday added a new option to its online Apple Store called “Compare Macs.”
Introduced in late July, Apple’s newest high-end Mac is now available to order from the company’s online store.
ActiveTrak released the latest version of its anti-theft and tracking software, GadgetTrak 3.
Apple on Tuesday reported a $3.25 billion profit for its fiscal third quarter of 2010 on record revenue of $15.7 billion. These results compare to revenue of $9.73 of revenue and a $1.83 billion profit in the year-ago quarter.
There’s nothing better than getting information directly from the pros that we respect and follow. Whether it’s music, graphics or in this case, photography, getting tips on workflow can be invaluable.
The Mac may not be a big part of this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, but Apple certainly hasn’t forgot about it. It launched “Why you’ll love a Mac” campaign on Friday to educate potential switchers.
Apple is being sued for infringing on patents for the way it summarizes data on its Mac computers and Mac OS X operating system.
Piper Jaffray Senior Research analyst Gene Munster said on Monday that he sees no signs that the iPad is cannibalizing sales of the Mac.
Technologizer founder Harry McCracken posted an interesting article on choosing the right computer. I’m often asked about my decision to use a Mac instead of a Windows PC — the answer is that it works better and has a superior … Continued
Macs co-existing with Windows-based PCs in large organizations may be on the rise, according to a study released on Tuesday.
Apple is increasing its unit share of computers sold in the United States quite dramatically, according to a new report by Betanews’ Joe Wilcox.
Apple on Monday reported a first quarter 2010 profit of $3.38 billion on $15.68 billion of revenue.
The back and forth battle between Greenpeace and Apple has been going on for years, but in its new report, Greenpeace ranked Apple as its No. 1 company.