While innovation is certainly a good thing most of the time, it ends up costing more when the strides that innovation takes are long and wide. The problem for old Mac Pro owners is that the innovation that went into the new Mac Pro is happening all at once.
The old Mac Pro for the most part has remained the exactly the same for the last four years. A few minor bump-ups in processor performance, memory speed and graphics, but its mainly the same machine. Making the jump to the new Mac Pro will require some changes in how you operate and use it. Most notably will be how you choose to store your data.
Migrating all your storage to Thunderbolt
The one thing missing from the new Mac Pro is storage space. They may be fast, but they don’t have much space to store things. Especially if…
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