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Why You Shouldn’t Buy The Mac Pro In 2022

For the average user — and even the average professional — the Apple Silicon route is the best way to go when buying a new computer. Apple has designed its own processor units since the iPhone 4 was introduced in 2010, and has since expanded its designs to iPads and Macs. Before transitioning the Mac lineup to Apple Silicon, it perfected the craft on iPhones and iPads, which became best-in-class options for processing power and efficiency. The Mac Pro, and all Mac computers released before 2020, featured Intel processors. These chips could result in great performance at the expense of massive power consumption and cooling woes, making them unfit for thin and light MacBooks. Now, Apple Silicon has made its way to the desktop, rivaling the Intel Mac Pro.

There have been rumors that Apple will make an Apple Silicon Mac Pro computer, but as of now, the company still sells the Intel Mac Pro on its store for the original retail price.  At the same time, it sells other computers that can keep pace with the Mac Pro at a fraction of the cost. The Mac Studio, a desktop that packs a ton of processing power in a relatively small form factor, matches the specs of the Intel Mac Pro. With Apple’s hardware and software integration, it’ll likely result in better performance. The M1 Max and Pro MacBook Pro lineup also can match the specs of the computer at half the cost, and come with a display, keyboard, and trackpad. There is a market for the Mac Pro, but in 2022, the better value option will be taking a stab at the Apple Silicon Macs that have thoroughly impressed in benchmarks.

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Why You Shouldn’t Buy The Mac Pro In 2022

For the average user — and even the average professional — the Apple Silicon route is the best way to go when buying a new computer. Apple has designed its own processor units since the iPhone 4 was introduced in 2010, and has since expanded its designs to iPads and Macs. Before transitioning the Mac lineup to Apple Silicon, it perfected the craft on iPhones and iPads, which became best-in-class options for processing power and efficiency. The Mac Pro, and all Mac computers released before 2020, featured Intel processors. These chips could result in great performance at the expense of massive power consumption and cooling woes, making them unfit for thin and light MacBooks. Now, Apple Silicon has made its way to the desktop, rivaling the Intel Mac Pro.

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There have been rumors that Apple will make an Apple Silicon Mac Pro computer, but as of now, the company still sells the Intel Mac Pro on its store for the original retail price.  At the same time, it sells other computers that can keep pace with the Mac Pro at a fraction of the cost. The Mac Studio, a desktop that packs a ton of processing power in a relatively small form factor, matches the specs of the Intel Mac Pro. With Apple’s hardware and software integration, it’ll likely result in better performance. The M1 Max and Pro MacBook Pro lineup also can match the specs of the computer at half the cost, and come with a display, keyboard, and trackpad. There is a market for the Mac Pro, but in 2022, the better value option will be taking a stab at the Apple Silicon Macs that have thoroughly impressed in benchmarks.

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Source: Apple

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