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Starting at $5999 for the cheapest version, the range-topping machine is a ridiculous beast of a computer, boasting an Intel Xeon heart with 28 processing cores and up to 1.5TB of RAM. And don’t even get us started on the PCIe slots (you get eight of them).
Obviously, you don’t care about those numbers. If you did, you’d be reading Gearburn. Here on Memeburn all we care about is the fact that the new Mac Pro looks like a kitchen utensil.
Can you guess which one?
Let the internet help you.
— kothiya meet (@__iam_mk) June 4, 2019
Apple what’s GOOOOD 🧀🧀🧀🧀🧀 pic.twitter.com/6I7QNurKFU
— Mylo (@FENNECPARTY) June 4, 2019
— Trashional Emergency (@MauraSatirical) June 4, 2019
Seriously i thought apple is shifting from electronic device to kitchen utensils 😆😆🤦♂️🤦♂️🤦♂️
BTW this is the new MAC AND CHEESE 🤤🤤🤤 pic.twitter.com/xiP7Y777t3
— Rohil Shrestha (@rohil_xtha) June 4, 2019
Twitter users weren’t just upset with the Mac Pro itself. Apple also debuted a $999 screen stand that will support its new 6K monitor.
That Apple Display Stand is $999. It’s a stand, for your $5000 monitor. But the real trick? The display stand adds a headphone jack.
IT’S A 1K DONGLE pic.twitter.com/yDGyPm8Jwv
— Scott Hanselman (@shanselman) June 4, 2019
Just imagine buying an Apple monitor stand for $999 when you can get one from Amazon for $20 😂 pic.twitter.com/CPc0nSf8IW
— Zubair™ (@zuber_everywher) June 4, 2019
You have to admire the balls on Apple to invent (re-design) both the Desktop Monitor Stand & Wall Mount and charge $999 & $199 respectively for them. pic.twitter.com/Fhys7ln3OC
— Daniel McDonald (@DmcDT) June 4, 2019
— How Football Saved Humans – Great Book to Read (@HowHumans) June 3, 2019
Either way, we like the design. That said, the world did think that Apple’s previous Mac Pro resembled a trash can, and we can’t disagree with that one.
WWDC 2019 continues through the week.
Feature image: Apple