Apple unveiled the next generation of its Mac computer, which it calls the Mac Pro, on Thursday, September 3.
It’s an all-new, all-powerful computer with up to four Thunderbolt 3 ports, an Intel Xeon E5-2630 v3 processor, 32GB of RAM, and a 500GB SSD.
There are also optional add-ons for $1,999 and $3,999, including a Mac Pro Carbon Edition, Mac Pro Air, and Mac Pro Cinema Pro, which come with a built-in webcam and an HDMI out port.
There’s also a “macOS” version of the computer, called the Mac OS X Pro, for $5,999.
The new Mac Pro is the first desktop Mac to include Thunderbolt 3, which is a high-speed, reversible connector that allows devices to connect to a monitor and display, which in turn can transmit video to a display.
The next generation Mac Pro includes a new Thunderbolt 3 interface with support for up to six DisplayPort 1.4 inputs and six Thunderbolt 3 outputs, and is capable of supporting up to seven displays at the same time.
Apple said it was working on Thunderbolt 3 support for future Macs, and added that the Mac will support Thunderbolt 3 “in future releases of Mac OS.”
The next-gen Mac Pro will also support the Intel Xeon processor that powers the previous generation Mac Pros.
“Today we’re introducing the next-level graphics capabilities of the next Mac Pro,” Apple wrote on Twitter.
“It includes up to 4 Thunderbolt 3 graphics ports and an integrated Intel Xeon CPU with 2.8GHz graphics.”
The Mac Pro features an 8th generation Intel Core i5 processor, a 256GB SSD, and 4GB of DDR4 RAM.
The computer will cost $2,999 in the US.
Mac Pro models with a $1 million price tag will come with 128GB of memory, while models with $3 million price tags will come in with 256GB of storage.
Apple did not provide a release date for the next Apple Mac Pro.