So, you want a new Mac Pro? Got $12,000 for the entry-level model? Don’t bother. Jason Snell says:
The Mac Pro is an important symbol, but you probably shouldn’t buy it
What? I want one.
The Mac Pro is important and it’s platform defining. And unless you’re someone in the extreme high end of the Mac market, you will never use one. It’s a bundle of expectations built on a precision stainless steel space frame and sheathed in a machined aluminum housing.
OK, so it’s pretty. I want one. Why not me?
Apple’s pro users have realized that other Macs exist that can more than adequately address their needs. The new Mac mini and the iMac Pro can get almost everyone there—and the 16-inch MacBook Pro offers similar performance in a portable.