The modular Mac Pro is simply what we needed in a computer that has such a high price and that requires constant updates to improve its performance over the years. In this sense the previous Mac Pro from 2013 was much more limited in this regard, although it is true that the size was smaller and the exterior design was above the equipment's own configuration options.
This is already out of the question and the new Mac Pro offers what we all asked for in the custom configuration options and this is demonstrated in a video in which we see how simple it is to mount an Apple SSD kit. The video is from AppleInsider peers.
This is the video of the installation of the SSD kit that they have made in AppleInsider:
The SSD kit of 1 for the Mac Pro offers us several options for the equipment's internal SSD storage size. In this sense, as we can see in the video, the kit contains two SSD modules of 512 GB each that replace the ones installed in the system. It is important to note that for reinstall software, second Mac with Apple Configurator 2 and USB-C cable required compatible with Mac Pro.
In this video, in addition to showing the installation steps of this kit, it is taught how the installation of the software that has to be done from another Mac works, as advised by Apple. The truth is that the simplicity of the process is really what professional users of this type of machine are looking for, without a doubt the worst thing can be the price of these kits that They range from 750 euros for the 1 TB of storage to 3.500 euros for the 8 TB.
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The new Mac Pro is the biggest thrust that Apple has been able to give us to freelancers and small studios, who have been working with the Pro range since its inception. A strategy that has made them lose countless professional users, since the Pro of 2013 and, above all and perhaps with this they did not have prestige.