The Mac Pro starts at $5,999, which gets you an 8-core Intel Xeon CPU, an AMD Radeon Pro 580X GPU, 32GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD. The Mac Pro is designed to be modular, so you can configure it with a better processor, graphics, memory, storage, or even $400 wheels, if you want. It tops out at over $50,000.
The 32-inch 6K Pro Display XDR starts at $4,999 — though it doesn’t come with a stand. If you want to actually be able to use the monitor at a normal height, you’ll either need to shell out $999 for Apple’s Pro Stand or pay a still-outrageous $199 for Apple’s VESA mount adapter so you can use a stand you already own.
When these pages first went live, some details for the Mac Pro shifted around and we weren’t able to configure a Pro Display XDR. The issues seem to have settled for now, but we’re already seeing the 1.5TB memory configuration (the most expensive option) greyed out.
The high-end gear was first announced in June at WWDC 2019, ending a years-long wait for an update to the “trash can” 2013 Mac Pro, which Apple has since admitted was a mess. That update is finally here — if you’re willing to pay for it.
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