Apple finally acknowledges the Mac Pro has a design flaw

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Phil Schiller: “Can’t innovate anymore, my ass!” – 2013 Mac Pro launch

Apple has finally admitted that its trash can-shaped 2013 Mac Pro has a design flaw. In a recent interview with BuzzFeed, TechCrunch, and Daring Fireball, Apple acknowledges the problem and confirms the company is working on a new Pro computer.

“I think we designed ourselves into a bit of a thermal corner, if you will,” said a top spokesman. He later added “Being able to put larger single GPUs required a different system architecture and more thermal capacity than that system was designed to accommodate. So it became fairly difficult to adjust.”

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Apple also admitted that they have been paying very less attention to the actual pro users. The company only provided minor specification bumps to the previously available Pro models.

Pro users (media creators) have been bashing Apple for ignoring them for years. Apple has finally replied to them in an apologetic manner saying “Ignoring Pros was a mistake” and said that a new Mac Pro model is in the works.

Stay tuned for the updates.

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