My guess is that they will totally redesign it, hugely powerful processor, powerful video cards huge hard drives maybe even the the default will be a SSD. What do you guys think?
Answer by Tim Fontana · Jun 21, 2012 at 11:32 AM
Up to Dual 4/6/8 core Xeon e5 processors
Up to 128GB RAM
Support for AMD 7 series and/or NVidia 6 series GPUs
Possibility of onboard SSDs + Hard drive for storage
Answer by Mattophobia · Jun 21, 2012 at 05:38 AM
Don't be so sure they're will be a big update next year. I'm starting to thing the Mac Pro will go the way of the iPod Classic - Sold but ignored by Apple.
Although, the Mac Pro is their powerhouse and is for very intense tasks. I can't see they can do much to it other then upgrade the graphics, processor, Ram and add some more options to it, I'd imagine they'd re-design the casing a little but there's noa whole lot to be done with it.
Answer by josephLtech · Jun 21, 2012 at 01:04 AM
Retina... oh right it's not a device with a screen built in. Well, It may be a little early to predict but I'll try this game. SDD standard, possibly drop the Super Drives out of them, Slimmer design, better graphics (Nvidia for sure) HDMI outputs (Do they have that already?)
Answer by bharatkumargupta · Jun 22, 2012 at 03:16 PM
obv new design, IMO a compact design yet airy to keep it cool, latest standards in ram and I/O and workstation quality cpu & gpu option, its a mac pro and it ll always be for the pro, i m more interested in what they offer in the baseline model as its the only model that normal consumers can afford.