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By Jason Snell for IMore
If the mood of the past couple of years of the Mac needed to be summed up in two words, I’d nominate “professional angst.” Lack of updates to the late 2013 Mac Pro and the MacBook Pro caused consternation; the eventual new MacBook Pro release walked into a tough room and failed to impress. Pro users were up in arms, to the point where (after two vain attempts to reassure them through oblique Tim Cook statements) Apple took the unprecedented step of inviting five journalists to Cupertino to acknowledge its mistakes and promise better things in the future for pros.
But what is a pro Mac, really?