Apple could be preparing for the imminent launch of the Mac Pro (2019) desktop computer, after its most powerful macOS machine ever cleared regulators in the United States.
The Mac Pro took a trip through the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the US, suggesting it’s now ready for prime time. And while this doesn’t guarantee an immediate launch, Apple often files its products with the FCC right before they are released.
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