Apple on Monday introduces the new Mac Pro, which Apple says supports modularity and flexibility. It features a stainless steel frame and an Intel Xenon processor, with up to 28 cores, 300 watts of power and a "massive heatsink" for cooling so it can run "unconstrained."

Apple said the new Mac Pro will support up to 1.5 terabytes of system memory, with 8 internal PCI slots, four of which are double-wide. The Mac Pro also features two Thunderbolt 3 ports, two USB-A ports, and even a 3.5mm headphone jack.

For graphics, the Mac Pro support a new "Afterburner" card for video editing, which can do six billion pixels per second, so you won't need proxies for 8K video. You'll be able to push three streams of 8K, supported by a 1.4 kW power supply and 300 cubit feet per minute of airflow from three big fans.

The new Mac Pro will be supported by companies like Adobe, Autodesk, Sefi, and Blackmagic, Red, and more.

The Mac Pro will be available this fall with a starting price of $5,999. Apple is also releasing a brand new display that will be available for $4,999.

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