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Technology Engadget Podcast: The Mac Pro and Apple's return to great hardware

15:50  13 december  2019
15:50  13 december  2019 Source:   engadget.com

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Mac Pro is designed for pros who need the ultimate in CPU performance. From production rendering to playing hundreds of virtual instruments to simulating an iOS app on multiple devices at once, it’ s exceedingly capable. At the heart of the system is a new Intel Xeon processor with up to 28 cores

Our most powerful pro lineup ever — MacBook Pro , Mac Pro , and Pro Display XDR. And free returns . See checkout for delivery dates. Dedicated apps for music, TV, and podcasts . Smart new features like Sidecar, powerful technologies for developers, and your favorite iPad apps, now on Mac . The Mac App Store features rich editorial content and great apps for Mac .

This week, Senior Editor Devindra Hardawar and UK Bureau Chief Mat Smith explore who may need a $52,000 Mac Pro (it's not as crazy as you think!). And when taken together with the 16-inch MacBook Pro and the AirPods Pro, they discuss what this means for Apple's hardware prospects. Is this a sign that Apple is doing a better job of listening to its users?

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      More signs point to Apple's AR headset arriving in 2020 The drum beat for an Apple augmented reality headset is growing louder. Bloombergclaims Apple has "targeted" a 2020 release for its AR eyewear, echoing analyst Ming-Chi Kuo's expectations based on his own sources. The publication also shares a belief that the headset will sync with your iPhone to deliver messages, maps and games to your eyes. Apple has also "considered" implementing an App Store, according to the report. However, there's noHowever, there's no guarantee you'll be donning Apple headset any time soon despite signs of testing. Apple has been making strategic hires to bolster its AR team, but the company reportedly has yet to devise an app that would make the hardware a "must-buy.

    Gallery: First Look: the 2019 Apple Mac Pro and Pro XDR Display | 21 Photos. It' s a return to a more traditional desktop tower design, and while that might seem regressive from a design perspective, it comes with some useful changes, like PCIe expansion slots and "Afterburner" to speed up 4K and

    Apple unveiled a slew of new features and updates at this year' s WWDC that will impact every We got a glimpse of the new Mac Pro , iOS 13, and a wave of new features to better integrate Apple All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent

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Hosts: Devindra Hardawar and Cherlynn Low

Producer: Ben Ellman

Music: Terrence O'Brien

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