The new Mac Pro is 9.9 inches tall and comes with 256GB PCIe-based flash storage, Intel Xeon E5 processors and? is compatible with? the latest 4K displays.
Apple described the Mac Pro as the “professional desktop computer reinvented from the inside out”. It also boasts Thunderbolt 2, which allows users to build the “dream workstation” by enabling a throughput of up to 20GB every second to each external device.
The dual workstation provides up to 264 GB a second and up to 3.5 teraflops, which means users can edit a full-resolution 4K video while also rendering effects in the background, and still connect up to three 4K displays at the same time.
There are two versions on sale in the UK; the quad-core priced at £2,499, and the six-core available for £3,299.
The cheaper model has 12GB of memory while the more expensive one has 16GB.
Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, tweeted a picture of the product in development in Austin, claiming that it was the “most powerful Mac ever”.