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Next-generation Apple Mac Pro eyes-on at WWDC 2013 (video)

Darren Murph
June 10, 2013
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Historically, Apple hasn't been one to offer sneak peeks of anything. That changed today with the next-generation Mac Pro -- likely a function of the fact that teasing such a machine couldn't possibly weaken sales of a desktop that hasn't been updated in a technological eternity. Waiting just outside of the concourse walls was one of the prototype cylinders, and it's perhaps the sexiest workstation this world has ever seen. All we know for now is that it'll make its debut "later this year," boasting four USB sockets, six Thunderbolt 2 ports, a full-size HDMI connector, a 3.5mm headphone port and a pair of gigabit Ethernet ports. And yes, it's almost certainly a fingerprint magnet. Have a gander at the eye candy below (plus a vid after the break), and our apologies for the clear case surrounding it. We attempted to remove it, and we're now being forced to type this post with just a single hand.

Follow all of our WWDC 2013 coverage at our event hub.

Gallery: Next-generation Mac Pro at WWDC 2013 | 12 Photos

Gallery: Next-generation Apple Mac Pro uncased at WWDC 2013 | 11 Photos

Myriam Joire contributed to this report.

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