Apple said it was working on a high-end, high-end modular system Mac Pro for its professional user base that will be easily scalable and will include components for the most intensive tasks of the system.
According to sources who spoke to well connected Bloomberg Mark Gurman reporter, Apple has "internally weighed the preview of a new version of the high-end Mac Pro"at WWDC this year, although no firm decision seems to have been made.
According to executives Craig Federighi and Phil Schiller, Apple is committed to ensuring that the Mac Pro the most up-to-date desktop system capable of supporting the production of virtual reality and high-end cinema. Apple has also set up a "workflow team" to adapt the Mac Pro and other Apple products to its professional users.
The modular workstation is expected to come with a next Apple branded pro display, which, according to rumors, will rise to 31.6 inches with a resolution of 6K and offer "exceptional image quality" thanks to a new backlight of the Mini LED type.
We still do not know when, in 2019, the Mac Pro is coming, but Apple has promised a 2019 launch date in early 2018. If it's something like the last Mac Pro In 2013, we should indeed get more information at WWDC, which Apple plans to hold from June 3 to 7 in San Jose, California, based on license filings discovered by MacRumors.