Now that the first shipments of Apple’s brand-new Mac Pro have started reaching customers, you know what that means: Teardown goodness.
Apple started taking orders for its revamped Mac Pro on Dec. 19, with a range of configuration options. Early reviews for the built-in-the-USA professional workstation are very positive, with the industrial design and raw power inside drawing accolades.
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That’s great and all, but how upgradable and repairable is the machine? For years, the Mac Pro line has remained one of the rare Apple products that allows the user to actively upgrade and switch out components. Some professional users worried that switching from the large, expandable workstation case to a small, cylindrical powerhouse would hamper its expandability …
Via: Mashable: Gadgets