Do you already have an iPhone or iPad? Do you lie awake at night, wishing to expand your Apple acquisitions to include a top-of-the-line Mac Pro computer? Take this quiz to see how much you know about this powerful processor.
Apple was founded April 1, 1976.
Apple Computer, Inc., was founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne, though Wayne cashed out his 10 percent share after less than two weeks.
While the average home user might be intrigued by the Mac Pro, it's targeted to graphics professionals and folks who want speed for speed's sake.
Surprise! There's no monitor in that box.
There are two ports on the front panel and three on the back; two more ports are included in the keyboard.
Turns out the Mac Pro's pretty good at taking the heat. But, if you do happen to live in the desert, make sure you turn on the air conditioner in the summer.
The Mac Pro doesn't like working in the cold any more than you do, so make sure the room is a comfortable temperature before you turn on the computer.
The Mac Pro's probably a bit too heavy to take to Mount Everest, so it's just as well that its maximum operating altitude is 10,000 feet.
The baseline 8-Core model weighs in at slightly more than 41 pounds (18.4 kilograms) -- that's about the same weight as five newborn babies!
Prior to the Mac Pro, the Power Mac was Apple's heavy-duty workstation computer.
The Mac Pro was the final Apple product to switch over to Intel's x86 line, marking the end of the PowerPC era.
While all three have been used by Intel, only Nehalem and Westmere are found inside the current Mac Pros. Intel takes its nicknames from cities, states, rivers and lakes in the region where each product was developed or built.
Who knew "uniplexed" was a word? The original acronym was UNICS, which eventually got shortened to UNIX.
A built-to-order Mac Pro can be configured with a number of different storage combinations, but the maximum amount possible is 8TB.
The Mac Pro's casing is made out of aluminum, so once the computer has reached the end of its life, it can be recycled.
PVCs and BFRs are both considered hazardous substances and have been taken out of the Mac Pro.
Apple's Magic Mouse is a multitouch tool designed to use gestures instead of traditional mouse navigation. Plus, it's wireless.
Priced at $2,999, the starting package for the Mac Pro Server includes one 2.8GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor, 8GB of memory, and two 1TB hard drives.
The baseline models can support three displays, but you can get up to six if you install two additional graphics cards.
Similar to a real time capsule you'd store objects in, Time Capsule is a Mac Pro accessory to back up all your files for safe keeping.