Quite fascinatingly, on Apple’s online store a fresh sign that a Mac Pro refresh is imminent has appeared, where in the Shipping times for almost the entire configurations of the built-to-order Mac Pros have slipped to 1-3 weeks, noting that Apple possibly paring down its inventory before launching updated models with Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge E Xeon processors.
Apple’s online store, increase in shipping estimations can sometimes be problem-solving of an upcoming product refresh, since Apple draws down supplies before launching the updated models. The Mac Pro is indeed due for an update, and there are several suggestions that components possibly flowing together for an important upgrade to the line.
Since July 2010, the Mac Pro refresh has long been delayed as the machine has not been updated. The update has been waiting on Intel’s new Sandy Bridge-based Xeon E5 processor that was initially planned to release in late 2011, although it has been delayed to early 2012. Nevertheless, rumors hint that the issues with the chipset portion of the Romley platform using the Sandy Bridge E Xeon processors may perhaps see a release held back until the starting of March.
Other upgrades to the Mac Pro consist of the graphics card that has been indication at in the developer builds of OS X 10.7.3. Suggestions can be found in the upcoming platform to support for AMD’s Tahiti line of graphics cards, recommending that the high-end Radeon HD 7970 or the 7950 might be an choice in future configurations.
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