Apple has launched the controversial “trashcan” Mac Pro Nine years ago today, the introduction of one of The most criticised designs of the company that lasted throughout a time period were theirs. of There is widespread dissatisfaction about the Mac lineup.
The The redesign was theMac Pro in an entirely new direction, spearheaded by a polished aluminum cylinder that became unofficially dubbed the “trashcan.” All of TheMac Pro’s components were mounted around a central thermal dissipation core, cooled by a single fan that pulled air from under the case, through the core, and out the top. The Fan could spin slower than small fans to keep them happy and the Mac extremely quiet, even during intense operations.
Apple has announced a radical redesign of its iPhone.Mac Pro at WWDC in 2013. Announcement Apple’s Phil Schiller famously commented “Can’t innovate, my ass.” The Comment was made to armchair critics, who pointed out the pastMac Pro’s lack of Apple claimed it had abandoned its pro users and was no longer in touch with them. of ideas.
Apple claimed that Apple’s newMac Pro offered twice the overall performance of The previous generation occupied less than one-eighth of the space. of The unified core of its thermal energy allows for an increase in volume The Mac Pro twinned Intel Xeon processors with dual AMD FirePro workstation GPUs, enabling it to deliver seven teraflops of Powerful computing.
The striking design was certainly ambitious but users didn’t like the fact that most expansion needed to be done externally via Thunderbolt 2 ports. The design is not suitable for professionals, who are dependent on strong hardware.Mac Pro’s lack of Internal slots for adding graphics cards or memory.
The It was therefore unable to keep up with changing hardware trends. Apple was unsure of how to provide a significant hardware update.Mac Pro – as recently as 2019, it was possible to buy a trashcan Mac Pro from Apple, with no upgrades coming to the device during the six years since its release.
Phil Schiller has been dead for days “Can’t innovate anymore, my ass” It was also revealed that a brand new Mac Pro: 1,351
There have been days since then Mac Pro update: 1,351
— Marques Brownlee (@MKBHD) February 20, 2017
Apple was forced to admit this rare fact. of In April 2017, reporters were given an in-depth explanation of the failure of the product. 2020 Apple’s The form included full meaculpa of AnotherMac Pro redesign, which took the machine back to a highly modular tower form factor with eight PCIe slots and three impeller fans.
But in many ways, 2013 is a good year.Mac Pro set out to achieve – a small, powerful computer for professionals, with external expansion only – lives on and has been executed more effectively by 2022’s Mac Studio.