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Do you think the new Mac Pro is going to be a real revolution? This week’s question

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There are only a few weeks left until we see the final presentation and release date of the next Mac Pro . Apple said in the last keynote that they would release it in December and if we stick to the initial “Autumn” date they gave in WWDC, the truth is that we have to be about to see a definitive release date. It will be the culmination of a rather good 2013 in terms of new developments from Cupertino’s company.

And how will this new Mac Pro behave in terms of sales? Obviously we are not talking about a product intended for the consumer sector. It’s not the new iMac or the new MacBook pro that’s driving sales in its segment. But many analysts are already talking about it being a revolution in the media industry because of its raw power in generating 4K content.

Do you think the new Mac Pro is going to be a real revolution? This week’s question
Do you think the new Mac Pro is going to be a real revolution? This week’s question

And also because of its graphics power and Thunderbolt 2 connection, for which the main peripheral manufacturers have a multitude of devices ready to be presented in 2014. And this is where we want to address our question this week.

In last week’s question we wondered how your transition to the two new operating systems would have gone . Both for iOS 7 released in September together with the iPhone 5s and 5c, and for OS X Mavericks presented last October. The most valued question among all of you has been that of our reader Erzemi :

We can see that the general opinion of the users has been quite positive. Although there have always been the typical errors that usually come out when updating the operating system. My advice to all of you who have experienced any mishaps after upgrading your OS to both iOS and OS X is to reinstall the system from scratch . Without using any backup cup (in case of iOS) or any Time Machine backup (in case of OS X). It is more than likely that all problems will be solved.

So much for this week’s question, this week’s question (worth the redundancy). Remember that you always have to answer in the answer section, in the enabled question. Next week we will say which was the most voted answer by all of you.

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