AMD ATI Radeon 7000 Tahiti photographs drivers present in OS X 10.eight.three Beta, Mac Professional in early 2013?
Yesterday Apple released the first beta of OS X 10.8.3 Lion Mountain, and after a day developers have discovered that the new version of OS X also has added support for the AMD ATI Radeon HD 7000 series.
It is remarkable to see that this series tickets by OS X support, especially given the fact that there is currently no Mac can be found using this card. According to many, this can be seen as a sign that Apple is currently working on a new redesigned Mac Pro that for a long time for an upgrade.
Netkas, shortly after the release of the beta, it was discovered that the AMD ATI Radeon HD 7000 Series now supports default in OS X 10.8.3. In addition, the drivers seem to focus mainly Radeon HD 7900 series also known as the Tahiti line of AMD, which could indicate the use of the Radeon HD 7950 and 7970.
These are currently the high end cards AMD sells for the desktop market. Both cards are equipped with 3GB of GDDR5 memory and chips on a 28nm process produced. Supporting the new AMD cards, which also use a completely new architecture, could suggest that early next year a new Mac Pro is to come. The current Mac Pro available in the Apple Store in June received a minor update, and should be in terms of performance even occasionally let you know compared to the MacBook Pro with Retina display.
It will have to no longer come as a whole shock, Apple CEO Tim Prepare dinner dropped rapidly after the WWDC already be aware of that the corporate is engaged on a fully new Mac Professional. In line with Cook dinner, the brand new Mac laptop must seem someday in 2013. Along with the response of Prepare dinner have additionally been many references to the “MP60″ within the configuration recordsdata of Mountain Lion. The expectation is that the brand new Mac Professional might be a substantial growth in hardware box, the design will perhaps exchange the present Mac Professional nonetheless makes use of the PowerMac G5 enclosure which used to be launched in 2005.