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Apple spokesperson confirms new Mac Pro designs are coming in 2013

Apple spokesperson confirms new Mac Pro designs for next year

| Computer Systems News | Posted: Jun 19, 2012 9:27 am

The Retina display-powered Apple MacBook Pro's may look awesome and all, but what of Apple's Mac Pro line? Well, according to an Apple spokesperson, we should expect the Mac Pro's to be refreshed next year.

 

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MacRumors first posted about this last week, where they cited David Pogue from The New York Times vaguely stating that Apple's Mac line would get updated, and soon after MacRumors received a tip from a reader who had e-mailed Apple CEO, Tim Cook, about his disappointment in the lack of significant Mac Pro updates, where Cook replied indicating we should expect significant upgrades next year, saying:

 

Our pro customers are really important to us...don't worry as we're working on something really great for later next year.

 

The original stories included updated iMacs, but Apple PR contacted MacRumors stating that only the Mac Pro is expected to be refreshed next year. Apple had nothing to say of the iMac, so we could even expect an update sometime this year. It has been over twelve months since the iMac has received an update.

NEWS SOURCESMacrumors.com, 9to5mac.com

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