Apple announced on Wednesday that the all new Mac Pro, first unveiled back in October, will officially be available for purchase tomorrow. The gorgeous aluminum computer will be the most powerful Apple computer to hit the market, and it comes with some incredible configuration options.
Apple’s Mac Pro can be outfitted with either a quad-core, six-core, eight-core or 12-core processor, though for now the company’s site still only shows the quad-core and six-core options. The entry-level Mac Pro will start at $2,999 and ships with a 3.7GHz quad-core Intel Xeon E5 processor, 12GB of RAM and a 256GB hard drive. Meanwhile, the six-core Intel Xeon E5 option with dual AMD FirePro D500 GPUs, a 256GB hard drive and 16GB of RAM will ship for $3,999. Apple says that the eight-core and 12-core models can be configured to order at the time of purchase, and customers can also add up to 64GB of RM and 1TB solid state hard drive.
The Mac Pro will be available online and in stores. It’s unclear how long shipping will take at this point, though we’ll let you know if it’s longer than just a few days.