Apple lets cat out of bag: New Mac Pro coming ... in 2018

This is NOT an April Fools joke! Today several sites are posting that Apple has shown it's hand and they will be introducing a new revamped Mac Pro in 2018 based on a modular design.

While we are providing links below to several websites, it should be noted that they are all referencing the Daring Fireball article:

"We’re inside a nondescript single-story office building on Apple’s extended old campus, across De Anza Boulevard from One Infinite Loop. This is Apple’s Product Realization Lab for Mac hardware, better known, internally, as “the machine lab”. This is where they make and refine prototypes for new Mac hardware. We don’t get to see anything cool. There is no moment where they lift a black cloth and show us prototypes of future hardware. The setting feels chosen simply to set the tone that innovative Mac hardware design — across the entire Mac lineup — is not a thing of the past.

There are only nine people at the table. Phil Schiller, Craig Federighi, and John Ternus (vice president, hardware engineering — in charge of Mac hardware) are there to speak for Apple. Bill Evans from Apple PR is there to set the ground rules and run the clock. (We had 90 minutes.) The other five are writers who were invited for what was billed as “a small roundtable discussion about the Mac”: Matthew Panzarino, Lance Ulanoff, Ina Fried, John Paczkowski, and yours truly."

You can still read our April Fools Post here: Videoguys: Apple Plans Release In Late Fall Of OSX Licensed Systems
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