The OFFICIAL Mac Pro is out of date and needs an update thread

Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by Crawn2003, Jan 6, 2008.

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  1. Crawn2003 macrumors 6502

    Jul 8, 2005
    Santa Rosa, California
    Here is a thread for just this issue.

    We haven't seen a Mac Pro update in over 500 days and no new rumors coming out of Cupertino about a new update.

    How does it feel to pay for outdated hardware?
    Why haven't they updated with new video card options?
    What type of processor are they going to be using?
    What configurations are there going to be?
    What about BTO options? Blu-ray? HD-DVD? Harpertown? Penryn? New RAM?
    What's taken Apple so long??
    What can we expect at MacWorld San Francisco?
    What if there isn't an update at MacWorld San Francisco?

    AND more! Discuss it all here where others feel your frustration and can talk about the update that could very well less than two weeks off!

    AND One more thing! :eek: :D
    Do you feel frustrated that it's taken Apple this long? Do you feel used by Apple that they expect top dollar for an outdated machine? What do you think should be in the next Mac Pro??

    Today is your lucky day! Feel like telling Apple, Inc. about this problem? Feel like giving them a piece of your mind about being a loyal Apple, Inc. customer but feeling neglected?

    Speak your mind here at this link!
    >>>>Mac Pro Feedback Form at Pro<<<<

    Tell Apple how you feel. Let them know what you think about the problem with the Mac Pro line!

    And here's to January 15, 2008 and the hopeful release of a Mac Pro update!

  2. Mac-Addict macrumors 65816


    Aug 30, 2006
    There's only 8 more days until Macworld and an update is expected, so there is no need for this thread. If there is no update at Macworld the fair enough bitch away.
  3. Mitthrawnuruodo Moderator emeritus


    Mar 10, 2004
    Bergen, Norway
    I think there's quite enough threads on this topic floating around on the forums.
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