Apple Dramatically Redesigns Mac Pro

Will be entirely assembled in the US
By Ruth Brown,  Newser Staff
Posted Jun 10, 2013 3:54 PM CDT
Apple Dramatically Redesigns Mac Pro
The shiny new Apple Mac Pro   (Apple)

Rumors of the Mac Pro's death have been greatly exaggerated. In fact, at its developer conference today, Apple unveiled a dramatic new redesign of its fastest workstation as an eye-catching black cylinder with twice the performance of the last generation of Mac Pro. The computer will also be entirely assembled in the US. "Can’t innovate anymore, my ass," said Apple exec Phil Schiller as he showed off the company's shiny new toy, reports TechCrunch.

As anticipated, mobile operating system iOS is also getting a makeover. iOS 7 was also unveiled at the conference, with new features including: an overhauled interface with a flatter and simpler design, better multitasking, the ability to connect to car navigation screens, and the Pandora-esque iTunes Radio, reports Gizmodo. (More Apple stories.)

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