Apple has updated Apple.com to reveal that its long-awaited redesigned Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR are “coming in September.”
Mac Pro was announced on Monday at Apple’s highly anticipated WWDC conference. The machine, which pro users had been eagerly awaiting, is the most powerful Mac ever made. The powerhouse desktop is made with a stainless steel frame that’s designed for modularity.
At the heart of the new Mac is an Intel Xeon processor with 28 cores, with users able to take advantage of 6 memory slots allowing you to install up to 1.5 terabytes of system memory. It packs 8 PCI expansion slots, 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports, two USB-A ports and an audio jack.
At the time, Apple simply stated that Mac Pro and its accompanying Pro Display XDR would be available to order in the fall, without providing a more specific timeframe.
The apparent September release date isn’t mentioned in the official press release for the machine, with it suddenly today appearing in a pop-up that appears when users (only in the United States) click the “notify me” button on Apple.com which captures an email address and promises to send updates closer to the launch of the products.