Apple has finally made a decision.
The Cupertino-based tech giant will finally allow Mac users to buy two CPUs in a single Mac Pro model, allowing users to build a machine with the fastest, most powerful Mac possible.
The company’s announcement came during the company’s annual Mac Pro event, which kicked off Monday.
The announcement is expected to affect both Mac Pros, but the Mac Pro lineup is expected not to change.
“As you may have noticed, Apple introduced a dual Mac Pro product line in April of last year.
The dual-performance model includes a dual CPU Mac Pro with 8GB of RAM, 512GB SSD, and an Intel Xeon processor.
In April, we also announced a dual Intel Xeon Mac Pro, with 16GB of memory, 512MB SSD, Intel Iris Pro GPUs, and 128GB PCIe SSD,” the company said in its announcement.
The dual-processor Mac Pro comes with an Intel Core i7 processor, 4GB of dedicated RAM, 128GB of PCIe storage, and a 512GB PCIe drive.
It has an option to upgrade to an Intel Iris pro graphics chip, but not an option for Intel’s new Iris Pro Graphics 6200.
Apple’s dual-CPU Mac Pro is priced at $1,999, while the 8GB model costs $1 and the 256GB model is $1.49.
It’s also possible to upgrade the Intel Xeon to a more powerful chip and purchase a new SSD.
The new dual-socket Mac Pro also comes with Intel’s Iris Pro graphics chip and a new Intel Xeon X5-2680 processor.
This is the processor that Apple says will power the Macs faster than previous models.
The new Mac Pro’s Intel Core processor has a clock speed of 1.7GHz and a 1.3GHz boost clock speed.
The processor is rated for up to 12.6GB/s read and 10.6MB/s write speeds, and the maximum throughput is 10GB/sec.
The chip’s graphics is rated at 10Gbps.
The Mac Pro has been available for several months now, but it didn’t appear until Apple unveiled the new Mac Pros at last month’s event.
This time around, Apple is bringing them to a Mac Pro owner’s doorstep in September.
The first dual-user Mac Pro models are expected to launch in September, but Apple isn’t yet announcing prices or availability.