16-inch MacBook Pro now has Radeon Pro 5600M option, while Mac Pro gets SSD kit user upgrades

(Image source: Apple)
(Image source: Apple)
Apple has just announced new upgrade options for the 16-inch MacBook Pro and Mac Pro.
Customers will now be able to spec their 16-inch MacBook Pro with AMD's more powerful Radeon Pro 5600M GPU which comes with 8GB of HBM2 memory.
This is a new GPU that's just been announced by AMD that feature 40 compute units, 2540 stream processors, and fast memory that delivers a bandwidth of 394GB/s. Total compute throughput is a claimed 5.3 TLOPS.
Naturally, this performance isn't cheap. It's a S$1,050 premium over the step-up 16-inch MacBook Pro configuration that comes with a Core i9 processor and AMD Radeon Pro 5500M graphics.
(Image source: Apple)
(Image source: Apple)
Apple also announced new SSD kits that Mac Pro users can purchase to upgrade their Mac Pros.
The kits come in four sizes: 1TB, 2TB, 4TB, and 8TB. And they were designed so that users can easily install them on their own.
Prices for the kit are as follows:
  • 1TB – S$900
  • 2TB – S$1,500
  • 4TB – S$2,400
  • 8TB – S$4,200
The Radeon Pro 5600M GPU upgrade and SSD kits for Mac Pro are all available now.