Apple’s new Mac Pro is quieter than iMac Pro, was kept in a ‘Stealth Enclosure’ to keep it a secret
jeudi 6 juin 2019, 23:24 , par Mac Daily News
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Joe Rossignol for MacRumors:
On the latest episode of the Mac Power Users podcast, hosts David Sparks and Stephen Hackett had the opportunity to speak with Apple product manager Doug Brooks about the all-new Mac Pro, unveiled at WWDC 2019 earlier this week.
Brooks said that sound from the new Mac Pro under a desk measures around 10 decibels, making it quieter than an iMac Pro or the current Mac Pro on a desk, which he said are both already “virtually silent” at around 12 decibels.
Like many other Apple products, the new Mac Pro was kept in a “stealth enclosure” during testing in Apple’s labs to ensure that its design remained a secret until it was announced.
MacDailyNews Take: The “stealth enclosure” certainly worked!
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