Sure, Apple showed off new iPhones, a new iPad, and finally told us when we can subscribe to Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade. But its surprisingly short (less than two hours, for once) event on Tuesday still left us with some questions about other Apple products.
Mac Pro no-show
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We still don't know when the Mac Pro is coming out.
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Apple's new high-end desktop computer was an understandable omission from Tuesday's show. Everything else Apple showed was relatively affordable and meant for public consumption, at least compared to the $6,000 powerhouse that is the new Mac Pro. Read more...More about Apple, Iphone, Apple Event, Mac Pro, and Iphone 11