"I would think that this type of configuration would allow Apple to keep the initial cost of the machine lower with the expense coming in the external configuration options and GPU choices," he writes.
Will Apple reinvent the Mac Pro?
While Borella has his concerns about how Apple will arrive at this new, probably smaller design, he suggests that Apple may have come up with a solution that will surprise those who think that their existing workflows are the only solution to their problems.
He writes: "To truly see any benefit in this type of configuration you have to forget what you know about your existing machine. You are going to have to believe that Apple has thought about all the possible existing workflow's and has a solution that can replace them."
"When has Apple ever done anything that hasn't initially infuriated the Pro user?" Borella asks.
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