Apple has just published a couple of highly detailed white papers covering the Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR. The two “Technology Overview” documents highlight the inner workings of the iPhone maker’s latest professional-grade pieces of hardware.
In its Mac Pro white paper, Apple details how the machine has been designed for pros who need the ultimate in CPU performance. From production rendering to playing hundreds of virtual instruments to simulating an iOS app on multiple devices at once, “it’s exceedingly capable.”
Similarly, here’s what Apple writes in its Pro Display XDR Technology Overview:
A nano-texture version of the cover glass is also available for professionals who have to work in less controlled lighting environments and prefer a display with further reduced glare. The textured surface is produced via an etching process to create nanostructures on the glass. The result is an innovative matte finish that effectively scatters light reflections for less perceived glare, while minimizing impact to sharpness, color, and contrast.