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27 March 2014

This update of EveryMac.com features complete specs and details on the new 8 GB iPhone 5c and the re-released 16 GB iPad 4th Gen as well as a comprehensive "Gray Cylinder" Mac Pro Q&A. EveryMac.com's Ultimate Mac Lookup has been updated with support for full serial number entry to enhance accuracy and streamline ease-of-use, also.

The "Gray Cylinder" Mac Pro Q&A answers "How fast are the Gray Cylinder Mac Pro models compared to one another? How fast are they compared to the Mac Pro models replaced? How fast are they compared to the iMac?" and "How do you upgrade the RAM in the Gray Cylinder Mac Pro models? How much RAM do they actually support?" as well as many other questions about the still often illusive new Mac Pro line.

Additionally, the Currently Shipping, By Year, By Processor, By Capability, and By Identifier methods to browse iPod, iPhone and iPad models have been updated. The Ultimate iLookup, Ultimate iComparison and Ultimate iTimeline features have been updated, too.

Finally, the EveryMac app has been updated to cover the new devices, as well.

If you bought, or buy, a new iPhone 5c, iPad 4th Gen, or Mac Pro, please send in its serial number. Non-personal information will be added to EveryMac.com and the EveryMac app to help with model identification and differentiation. Thank you.

New Q&As

A selection of Q&As since the last major site update include:

  • How do you upgrade the processor in the Gray Cylinder Mac Pro models? How is the processor mounted? Which aftermarket processors are compatible?
  • What are the default graphics cards provided with the Gray Cylinder Mac Pro? What graphics card options are available? How do you upgrade the graphics card(s)? Do these models use standard PC graphics cards?
  • How do you upgrade the RAM in the Gray Cylinder Mac Pro models? How much RAM do they actually support?
  • How do you upgrade the storage in the Gray Cylinder Mac Pro models? How many drives of what type are supported?
  • What external optical drive options are available for the Gray Cylinder Mac Pro models?
  • How many PCIe slots of what type are provided by the Gray Cylinder Mac Pro models? What Thunderbolt 2 external expansion chassis are available?
  • How fast are the "Late 2013" Gray Cylinder Mac Pro models compared to one another? How fast are these Mac Pro models compared to the Silver Tower "Mid-2012" models replaced? How fast are they compared to the iMac?
  • What are the "pros and cons" of the Gray Cylinder Mac Pro? Is it right for my needs?

For all new Q&As, please refer to EveryMac.com's Recently Added Q&As listing.

Today in Mac History

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Additions & Changes:

Added support for full serial number entry to the Ultimate Mac Lookup.

Added a comprehensive new "Gray Cylinder" Mac Pro Q&A.

Added complete Apple specs, identifiers, benchmarks, and global prices:

Updated specification listings:

Updated site features:

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