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WWDC was announced and invitations started going out on March 14 last year, March 13 the year before. So I would expect to hear something definitive by next week — the people who go to this every year need to know what is happening. Apple can’t sit around waiting for someone else to tell it what to do.
StrangeDays said:On Gruber's podcast he said there are no suitable new Xeon chips to put in the iMac Pro. Is this correct?
The new ones are 165W, instead of 140W. They use the same socket, and support more memory (up to 1 TB instead of 512 GB in the first-generation).
OkiRun said:fastasleep said:CraigAnderton said:(A standard iMac is a non-starter for pro audio production because it can't be configured for more than 32 GB of RAM.)
21.5” iMac = 32 GB
27” iMac = 64 GB
27” iMac Pro = 256 GB
Mac Pro = 1024 GB or 2048 GB (maximum configurations available from Apple = 768 GB or 1536 GB)
crowley said:MplsP said:3) What bothers me most is I and several others raised a very valid concern and a very common use for laptops. The response of you and many others was to distort the argument, throw up straw men, make false equivalences and claim people said stuff they never did.MplsP’s basic argument is that Apple can’t call this a Pro machine because it doesn’t have an HDMI port. It shouldn’t be surprising that such an argument is going to get pushback.