Apple is set to launch new versions of the Mac Pro and MacBook Pro at this week's WWDC. The company plans to introduce additions to its Mac Pro and MacBook Pro offerings featuring more powerful processors and additional memory reports 9to5 Mac.com, citing sources.
9to5 Mac added that as per the detailed information from reliable sources, Apple would unveil three new editions of the Mac Pro at its Worldwide Developers Conference this week.
The first standard model would be offered with a 3.2 GHz quad-core processor, 6 GB of RAM, a 1 TB hard drive, with an ATI Radeon 5770 graphics chip, while the second one would boast a 2.4GHz 12-core processor and 12GB of RAM with the same size hard drive and graphics chip. The server edition would start with a 3.2GHz quad-core processor, 8GB of RAM, and two 1TB hard drives.
The current standard Mac Pros come with processors in the range of 2.4GHz to 2.8GHz with up to 6GB of memory, while the server model comes with a 2.8GHz chip with 8GB of memory.
The latest developments come on top of reports that consumers eyeing a current Mac Pro have to face long queues to buy one at Apple retail stores. It was in 2010 that the Mac Pro lineup received its last major refresh.