The new redesigned Mac Pro from Apple will only hit the market sometime next year. Apple is currently working on the new model that was originally scheduled to release this year. Last year, at a conference, the Cupertino based conglomerate had announced that it was working on a new model of the Mac Pro and it would be launched in 2018. However, it is worth the wait of one more year because Apple has announced recently that it is working on a completely revamped designed for the Mac Pro after considering its potential users.
As per a report by TechCrunch, The company has revealed that the launch of the revamped Apple Mac Pro has been delayed by one year so it the company can focus on its other Pro-based products like the iMac Pro. Tom Boger, senior director of Mac Hardware Product Marketing, said, “We know that there’s a lot of customers today that are making purchase decisions on the iMac Pro and whether or not they should wait for the Mac Pro.” The report by TechCrunch has also revealed some more interesting details about the upcoming Mac Pro and some future plans of the company for its Pro-based products.
A new team, known internally as the Pro Workflow has been set up to coordinate with Apple’s hardware and software teams to ensure that the end product is delivered on time and it also meets the user’s expectations. The company wants to make sure that the products are not launched in haste causing minor errors and bugs to surface after the launch. The Workflow team which has been kept under John Ternus, the VP of Hardware Engineering, Apple Inc. will also interact with Apple Pro device users across graphics design, film editing, animation, and other industries.
John Ternus said “We said in the meeting last year that the pro community isn’t one thing,” He added, “It’s very diverse. There’s many different types of pros and obviously, they go really deep into the hardware and software and are pushing everything to its limit. So one thing you have to do is we need to be engaging with the customers to really understand their needs. Because we want to provide complete pro solutions, not just deliver big hardware, which we’re doing and we did it with iMac Pro. But look at everything holistically.”