Apple's professional workstation, which was introduced in 2006. Other Apple products also use the Pro designation (see MacBook, iMac and iPad). The current, second-generation Mac Pro, which debuted in 2013, is a dramatic departure from the first, as well as all other desktop computers. It is a cylinder with six to 16 Intel Xeon CPU cores, supporting up to 64GB of RAM, 1TB of solid state storage (SSD) and three 5K displays. Designed for video editing and rendering, it features dual AMD FirePro graphics processors (GPUs) with up to 6GB of dedicated memory. See Macintosh models, Mactel and Power Mac.