Apple are expected to launch their 2013 Mac Pro some time later this year, although it isn’t clear whether it will be some time within the next few months or later in the year when Intel releases its next generation Xeon processors which are expected later in the year.
According to a recent report, Apple are in the process of developing a 2TB solid state drive, which will apparently be used in the 2013 Mac Pro according to BSN.
But seeing a 2TB Solid State Drive with an Apple logo on it opens very large ground for speculation. Given that we were not able to learn more about the parts in question, we have to leave it at that. But from the looks of it, the 2TB drives used industry standard 3.5” form factor, full height (just like your regular 3.5” spinning drive) and a SATA connector (not SAS or some proprietary port).
We are looking forward to seeing what the 2013 Mac Pro will be like, the last version had a minor refresh and we are hoping that the 2013 Mac pro will get a major update, as soon as we get some more information we will let you guys know.
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