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2022 Mac Pro with new optional T3 security chip

Guide ,
Jun 02, 2022 Jun 02, 2022

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A lot of people think a new Mac Pro will arrive later this year. As Premiere Pro users would you folks like to see Apple's latest desk top with an Alder Lake CPU or an M2 chip? Should it be smaller than the 2019 Mac Pro? Just curious about other people's thoughts. 

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Jun 06, 2022 Jun 06, 2022

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Guide ,
Jun 07, 2022 Jun 07, 2022

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Your link is 100%  irrelevant. Everyone knows the Mac Pro will eventually get Apple Silicon. Having said that will the new Mac Pro have expansion bays? Will it be more of a generic Micro ATX style case? Will it have an optional T 3 chip?

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LEGEND ,
Jun 07, 2022 Jun 07, 2022

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Actually, it is relevant. Apple has completely ceased all further development of all Intel-powered Macs. This means that the current Mac Pro is it for Intel. The next Mac Pro will use only Apple silicon.

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Jun 07, 2022 Jun 07, 2022

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As I stated Apple switching to Apple silicon is old news and irrelevant. What would be news if info about the T2 (T3) chip or case design. Will Apple make a good desktop computer for less than $2000.00? I doubt it but who knows for sure. 

 

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Jun 08, 2022 Jun 08, 2022

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It's too early to tell since there is no info from Apple at present about these features.

 

As for the price, no. Apple will not make any really good desktops for less than $2000.00 at all. It is relegating the entire sub-$2000.00 desktop market for its entry-level Max Mini range. More likely, the new Mac Pro will start at a whopping $8000.00.

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Jun 09, 2022 Jun 09, 2022

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I don't doubt the new Mac Pro will be expensive but there was a time when Apple made a decent desktop with expansion slots for well under $2,000.00.  Would everyone like a $2000.00 desktop computer form Apple with 5 PCIE expansion slots and no MPX expansion slots? Would you like an optional T3 chip or do you like the T2 chip? Would you like generic expansion bays for hard drives or do you want to be forced to use the Promise Pegasus system? Would you like a smaller Micro ATX form factor. That is what I am asking about in these forums. As I started we all now the Mac Pro will eventually get  Apple silicon. That news is old and irrelevant in 2022.

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