Back in 2019, The Mac Pro was reintroduced to the market in its original tower form factor. It was powered by the 24-core Intel Xeon-W processor, which was paired with AMD Radeon Pro Vega GPU. It is reported that Apple has plans to release the fourth-generation Mac Pro in 2022, which will house the most powerful Apple Silicon.
The 2022 Mac Pro will have three different variants that will feature different core count in their processors: 32, 48, and 64 core versions, along with the same combination of performance and power-efficient as witnessed in the Apple M1 chip.
The base 32 core model will start from 5,499 USD and will be based on 24 high-performance cores, 32 GPU cores, and 64GB RAM. The 48 core variant will start from 11,999 USD, and this much money will get you 36 high-performance cores, 64 GPU cores, and 256 GB RAM. The top of the line variant, the 64 core model, will have a starting price of 18,999 USD and will be based on 48 high-performance cores, 128 GPU cores, and staggering 512 GB RAM.
The storage option for all the variants will start from a 512 GB SSD which can go all the way up to 8 TB.