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Apple Lets You To Use AR To See Exactly What The $5,999 Mac Pro Looks Like On Your Desk

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AR magic specifically helps you to get the Mac Pro on your desk for free. At $5,999, the new Mac Pro of Apple is considered to be quite the investment for the creators present out there. In this regard, Apple also wants to ease you in and thereby, letting you to visualize your new life with the help of Max Pro.

The AR Mac Pro at CNET’s New York offices. Roger Cheng/CNET

In case you own an iPad or iPhone, I assume you do if you are making the consideration of a Mac Pro. The offline online store of Apple also particularly allows you to use the AR for the purpose of seeing the incredibly powerful computer on your desk.

One needs to head over to Apple’s site device’s page in order to perfectly see the Mac Pro in your abode. Apart from that, scrolling down is essential and you will also get to see the option of “See Mac Pro in AR”. The same thing can also be done with the $4,999 Pro Display XDR. Sometimes, it is even better as the AR edition of the high-end monitor preferably comes with the Pro Display XDR’s $999 stand which is again free of charge.

At WWDC, on Monday, there was the announcement of the $5,999 entry-level configurations of the Mac Pro. Apart from that, it also features a 256GB SSD, a Radeon Pro 580X graphics card, 32GB of RAM and also an eight-core Xeon processor. It will also start shipping in the fall. Some completely new and also heavy duty components such as a specialized graphics card, new Radeon Pro Vega II graphics processor are also featured in the higher-end configurations of the 2019 Mac Pro. Apart from that, the Apple Afterburner can preferably process more than around 6 billion pixels per second.

However, the chief feature of the Pro Display XDR is considered to be a high-dynamic range, aka HDR. A lot of horsepowers is also required in order to illuminate the screen and this helps in doing the XDR in a correct way. The XDR monitor can also stay that way by getting exceedingly bright. Apple also says an advanced cooling system is required to maintain its 1,000 nits brightness “indefinitely.”

The completely new display to the professional reference monitors was also likened by Apple and it falls in the $40,000 price range.

Hardip Koradia

Written by Hardip Koradia

Hardip Koradia is a pro tech blogger with years of experience in writing resourceful articles on different tech topics like mobile apps, PCs, gadgets, software, how to guides, etc. His passion for technology inspired him to start Techbylws, a growing tech blog.