Apple may just have accidentally announced the month their Mac Pro releases

Oops. Apple may have inadvertently announced a more precise launch time frame for its upcoming desktop powerhouse, the new Mac Pro. 

As noted by MacRumors, the Mac Pro section on Apple's webpage has a little "Notify me" link. Previously, when you clicked on that link, you'd get a window saying the Mac Pro was "Coming September."

This is no longer the case, as Apple has now changed that bit to say "Coming This Fall" — but it does instil hope that the new Pro will come sooner rather than later.

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Apple's Pro Display XDR — that's the one that doesn't come with a $999 stand — was also listed as "Coming September" — but that, too, was changed.  Read more...

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