Starting with the controversial redesign of the Mac Pro back in 2013, the Mac Pro models has been assembled at the Austin, Texas facility, and it has been the only Mac in the lineup to be assembled in the United States. The other models have been assembled in Asian countries.
Now, Apple’s first Mac Pro with Apple Silicon which was introduced last week is still being assembled in the U.S., but this time, it has a “Product of Thailand” label based on the FCC filing and fine print below.
This is the first time that this label appeared on a Mac Pro as the fine print on the previous-generation Mac Pro model read:
“Designed by Apple in California. Assembled in the USA.”
The latest Mac Pro now packs in the M2 Ultra, and it’s now available at the Apple Online Store, Retails Stores, and Authorized Resellers starting at $6,999. Announced alongside the Mac Studio with the same chip, the key advantages over the Studio are a modular design, upgradable storage, PCI card expansion, and more I/O.