Jun 28, 2016 12:24 PM EDT
Mac Pro 2016 Specs & Rumors: Latest Mac Pro 2016 El Capitan Code Drops New Hint; Release Date Confirmed?
Who would have taught that Mac OS X El Capitan's code will contain a hint about the new Mac Pro's release date. And from this, we could draw a massive speculation that Mac Pro 2016 is happening sooner than expected with new specs and features.
Indeed, this news about the much-anticipated release of the Mac Pro 2016 will make those hoping to upgrade to a new Mac Pro settled. As the code in Mac OS X El Capitan mentions that a new Mac Pro which is expected to hold one with 10 USB 3 ports may arrive sooner this year, MacObserver reported. However, Apple has not confirmed this news yet.
El Capitan code hint
This code uncovered in OS X El Capitan offers an evident clue that the 2016 edition Mac Pro may be coming out for retail soon. Seen on the reference found within El Capitan code, the codenamed "AAPLJ95,1" which is a very familiar signal for those who has been keeping up with the Apple flagship releases for this year, Pike's Universum said.
Here is the catch, the current Mac Pro bears the similar codename AAPLJ90,1. Therefore, the similarity claims and rumors have a plausible theory that the code may be referring Apple's new version of the professional-level workstation which is kept for fans.
But the clue droppings do not end there, there is yet another clue whereas saying that this rumored Mac Pro is really a fact. And we can assume that the code hints that there will be 10 USB 3.0 ports on the new flagship since only Mac Pros have in any ways have many ports.
The current Mac Pro have 4 USB ports and 6 Thunderbolt 2 ports while the iMacs have 4 USB and 2 Thunderbolt. More importantly, adopting Thunderbolt 3 on the Mac Pro may brand more sense by way of bringing the Thunderbolt to USB-C at 40Gbps, MacWorld UK added.
El Capitan has been out for a year now, since then, Apple particularly the Mac Pro 2016 fans are expecting for code of macOS Sierra's developer preview coming anytime soon.
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