Apple iMac Pro Shipping in Two Days, Here's the First Hands-On

Apple iMac Pro Shipping in Two Days, Here's the First Hands-On

Apple's new iMac Pro, which the company calls the "most powerful Mac ever made", will be launching on December 14, Apple revealed Tuesday.

Naturally, many might be put off by the almost $5,000 asking price (for starters) of the iMac Pro. "I've seldom seen a jump this dramatic before on any new generation of Macs - 20%-30% speed increases are the norm ..."

If you've been holding out upgrading your computer in anticipation of the release of Apple's iMac Pro, there may still be a chance you could find one under your Christmas tree. Would you rather be waiting for images and video to render or export, or do you want to go back out and shoot as quickly as possible?

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The iMac Pro will also feature a 16 GB Radeon Pro Vega 64 GPU for performing heavy tasks such as 4K video rendering, 3D animations, VR simulation and a lot more. The information present on site doesn't include any prices tag, specifications or configuration instead of the company just mentioned about the sale date. That's not part of the iMac Pro. Here's when you can really get each model.

The iMac Pro has a memory storage of up to 128GB and up to 4TB SSD storage. However, there is some speculation that the chips in the iMac Pro have been downlocked slightly, perhaps to satisfy thermal requirements of the system's all-in-one design.

There's no indication that Apple will postpone the launch.

Third, the iMac Pro obviously makes the most sense for the Apple faithful, especially those who have fully embraced FCP X. For PC users running Adobe software, there are plenty of workstation hardware options that can give Apple a run for its money. The Thunderbolt ports are joined by a smattering of USB 3.0 Type-A connectors, audio jacks, a card reader, and a 10-Gigabit Ethernet port.

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