Apple has finally announced pre-orders for its new Mac Pro, the machine intended to address criticisms from the Pro market that Apple had forgotten its core constituency in recent years in favour of the mass market, but it comes at an extremely hefty price tag and is definitely not for the average person in the street looking for a computer. Steve and Ben discuss the expense of the new Mac Pro and a brief history of Apple pricing from their perspectives of buying and using Apple products over the years. They also discuss the recent news of a Pac-Man satellite that has been designed to address the issue of the vast multitude of space junk in Earth’s orbit that humans have placed there over the past seventy years, with a unique method of gobbling up that space junk in order to make space in low-Earth orbit safer to travel through.

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