Apple’s 2017 Worldwide Developers Conference will take place this weekend in San Francisco, where it will host a number of keynote sessions on topics ranging from the iPhone X to the Apple Watch.
But this year, Apple is holding a series of sessions on a few of its more recent products, including its upcoming Mac Pro.
Apple will be hosting a variety of new sessions, as it’s not only the first company to officially sponsor the event, but it’s also the first to sponsor the Mac Pro, which was revealed in October and debuted earlier this year.
The company is using the event to announce a number new Mac Pros, with the most notable announcements coming from Apple’s new Mac Pro lineup.
The Mac Pro line includes the iMac, the 12-inch Mac Pro desktop, and the 12.5-inch iMac.
Apple has released three Mac Pros in the past few years, with two of them launching in 2017.
The iMac Pro was released in October 2016 and debuted alongside the 12,000th Mac Pro batch in November 2016.
The 12.1-inch Pro, meanwhile, debuted with the same batch in December 2016.
Apple has also released two 12.6-inch models, and one of them launched in January 2017.
We’ve rounded up all the information we can find about Apple’s Mac Pro products so far, and you can find the full lineup here.
The Mac Pro will be Apple’s third-generation desktop, following the Mac Mini and Mac Pro Desktop, which were both launched in 2016.
Like the Mini, the Mac Professional has a 3.5GHz quad-core processor, a 4GB of RAM, and an integrated Radeon Pro Duo graphics card.
It’s also equipped with 802.11ac WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0.
It supports Thunderbolt 3, though Apple has yet to reveal if it supports USB-C, USB 3.1 Type-C and Thunderbolt 3.
The iMac has a similar build to the 12 Pro, but Apple has updated it with a 10-core Intel Core i7 processor, an 8GB of DDR4 RAM, a 256GB SSD, a Thunderbolt 3 port, and a headphone jack.
It also has the same 13.3-inch IPS display and 16:9 aspect ratio.
The MacBook Pro has a 12-core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, 16GB of flash storage, and 256GB of PCIe SSD.
The 12.0-inch MacBook Pro also has a slightly different design, though its main body remains the same.
It has a 10.1mm thick chassis with a 5.5mm thick display.
The laptop has Thunderbolt 3 ports and a Lightning connector, and it supports up to four USB-c ports.
Apple is also releasing a new 13-inch model of the MacBook Pro, called the MacBook Air.
It comes with a 12.9-inch Retina display, a 1TB PCIe SSD, and Thunderbolt 4 support.
The device has a 1.4GHz quad core processor, 512GB of Ram, a 2TB SSD, an Intel Iris Pro graphics card, and Intel Quick Sync 2.0 technology.
The MacBook Pro and MacBook Air are available for $2,399 and $2.49, respectively.
The 13-and-up MacBook Pro costs $1,199, while the 13- and up MacBook Air costs $699.