The latest update to Apple’s software for music pros has a specific target machine: the 2019 Mac Pro. Running on Apple’s recently-announced desktop, Logic Pro X 10.4.5 can handle more processing threads and plug-ins than ever before.
Apple’s next-generation Mac Pro and stunning XDR Display will arrive this September, according to Apple.com.
Apple didn’t confirm launch dates for either product during its WWDC reveals — but it did say they would be available this fall. Now it’s website lists a more specific date, but it’s unclear if this is just an error for now.
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Not many Apple computers will be left out in the cold when its big macOS Catalina upgrade rolls out this fall. But even if your Mac is compatible, it might not be able to take advantage of every feature.
Sidecar, which lets you use an iPad as a second screen, will only support a limited number of machines. If your Mac is getting a little long in the tooth, you’re probably going to be out of luck.
Apple is hard at work on the replacement for macOS Mojave. The next version will include new features focused on privacy, accessibility and performance. But that‘s a bit hollow for notebooks and desktops that can’t install the upgrade.
Fortunately, Apple extended support for macOS Catalina to as many devices as possible.