In order to find out how well Apple’s new $6,000-plus Mac Pro’s air vents can grate cheese, YouTuber Winston Moy machined a replica of the new Mac Pro chassis and turned hard cheeses into shredded bits for garnishing his pasta (via The Verge).
While Moy’s video confirms the new Mac Pro doesn’t do a great job at grating cheese, it does show the level of detail Apple has put into machining the Mac Pro grates.
The new Mac Pro is expected to start shipping this fall at a starting price of US $5,999. However, should you choose to order a maxed-out machine, it is going to cost you approximately $60,417 CAD. Apple.ca finally started to list the Mac Pro as ‘coming this fall’.
In the meantime, check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section…