October 15, 2013 is the date we expect Apple to hold their next event, and while this will not be on par with the iPhone event earlier this month; there is greater expectation because of the sheer number of devices due to be launched.
We have already looked at the iPad 5 and the iPad mini 2, so now we wanted to look at two new devices that will share one thing in common, and that is OS X Mavericks. It is understandable that the anticipation level for the Haswell MacBook Pro and the all-new 2013 Mac Pro are very high at the moment and for good reason, but which has been grabbing your attention most?
When Apple released the MacBook Pro with Retina last year it was a vast improvement over the previous version and while there was a performance increase, it wasn’t as much as we would have hoped. However, all that will change this year with the new model because it will come with the 4th generation Intel i-Series processor, Haswell. This will not only offer improved performance, but increased battery life as well.
It is easy to see why people will be exited about this newer MacBook Pro, but it is still much of the same and so it is for this reason why there has to be greater excitement for the 2013 Mac Pro overhaul. It is not just a minor hardware upgrade coming to this device, but a compete redesign. The device will look completely different from the outside, and there are huge hardware changes, which are needed because its reduction in size.
However, it is not all positive because there are limitations, which could cause issues for those of you wanting to upgrade or to use third-party peripherals.
What device are you looking forward to seeing the most during the October Apple event out of the Haswell MacBook Pro or the 2013 Mac Pro?
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