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2013 Mac Pro Announced at WWDC

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The 2013 Mac Pro Announced at WWDC

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http://arstechnica.com/apple/2013/0...announces-new-mac-pro-with-cylindrical-design
http://www.cultofmac.com/230799/meet-the-new-mac-pro-wwdc-2013

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no expansion slots
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New Mac Pro

I like that Tim Cook said this before presenting the new Mac Pro : " Our most advanced users want to get their hands on the fastest most <b>expandable</b> Mac we make."
 
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This is bad that there is no hardware expansion slots for Hackintosh!!! This means that future OS will have to support less hardware!!!
 
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Specs:
dual workstation gpus
thunderbolt 2
12 core xeon
no expansion slots
ECC ram

I guess they want everyone to use Thunderbolt for expansions, but seriously, this limits the Mac Pro a lot. Faster than Imac and Mac Mini but with similar expansion capabilities, is this a joke? I hope there is a Mac Pro Trash Can and a Mac Pro Pro offered eventually, But, either way out of my league, I stick to my cheap computer until I win the lottery.
 
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Happy to see a new machine out from Apple but I'm disappointed in the outcome. Where is the upgrade-ability? I understand that things are getting smaller in size but a proper business machine should have some sort of versatility. This, like the new iMac's with the built in ram is a direction that I'm not happy with. Forcing the consumer to jump as high as their told.

I wonder how the stock is reacting to the news.

EDIT: www.apple.com has been updated. iOS 7 looks pretty cool. I love the new Control Centre. Compatible from iPhone 4 and up.
 
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