Brace yourselves, as Apple is set to hit the market with its updated Mac Pro desktop. The 2013 cylinder shaped desktop was designed for professional, creative, content creating audience, which has remained the policy ever since its launch. Its downfall was inevitable in 2013, considering its tower design and non upgradeable drive ways.

Last week, Apple announced adding an updated processor and RAM in the Mac Pro. It is estimated to release some time after 2017. However, the biggest problem with Mac Pro, is its barely upgradeable components and non standard motherboard.

Mac Pro is a pricey desktop, worth $2,999, which is expected to run on a 3.5 GHz 6-Core Intel Xeon E5 processor on a 16GB flash storage which is expandable upto 256 GB. It is also updated with a dual AMD FirePro D500. By adding $1000, you can get an 8 core CPU possessor with FirePro D700 AMD.

Its design is still stuck in its 2013 body, which lacks USB C port and Thunderbolt. However, its design is ideal for traveling. Appleā€™s iMac can help reduce the exorbitant prices of this device, which will be one of the main drivers for consumers interested in buying the device.