iMac Pro Overview Updated September 26, 2018

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June 2017 - September 2018


Apple announced the iMac Pro back at WWDC in June of 2017. Apple calls it the ‘most powerful Mac ever’ and it features space gray casing and accessories to help illustrate its power. The iMac Pro went on sale on December 14, 2017, starting at $4,999 for the base model, and reaching above $13,000 for higher end models.

The all-in-one powerhouse is headlined by its multi-core Intel Xeon processor options, including the base model 8-core, along with 10-, 14-, and 18-core upgrade options. In addition, the iMac Pro can be configured with 32, 64, or 128GB of 2666MHz DDR4 ECC RAM, up to 4TB of flash storage, and features AMD’s Radeon Vega 56 or Vega 64 GPUs.

If you regularly use apps like Final Cut Pro X, which can take advantage of the multi-core Xeon W CPUs inside, then the iMac Pro can make a significant difference in your workflow.

iMac Pro Stories September 26

With the 2018 MacBook Pro gaining Hey Siri support, we had a pretty good feeling about the prospect of Hey Siri coming to the iMac Pro as well, seeing as they both utilize Apple’s T2 custom silicon. Now that macOS Mojave has launched, Apple has confirmed Hey Siri support, and we’ve been able to test it out. expand full story

iMac Pro Stories September 20

Apple has recently documented a new data recovery process internally for Macs that utilize its T2 chip introduced with the iMac Pro and the 2018 MacBook Pro. The new process for repair staff is being introduced due to the T2 chip’s advanced security features including hardware encryption for SSD storage that isn’t compatible with Apple’s previous data recovery methods used on older machines.

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iMac Pro Stories July 23

Update: Earlier this morning Apple pulled the videos from YouTube. As noted by users on Reddit, the videos can still be downloaded – at your own risk – on torrent site Mega.

A slew of Apple internal repair videos have leaked, with detailed descriptions and walkthroughs on how to repair everything from the iPhone X to iMac Pro.

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iMac Pro Stories May 24

Apple has today started offering certified refurbished models of its iMac Pro available on its website. These refurbs of the most powerful Mac yet are going for 15% off and the higher end configurations are also included.

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iMac Pro Stories May 2

A 20th anniversary is a milestone worthy of celebration in its own right, but even more so when describing a computer. Few technology products boast such a feat in an industry where changing customer preference and exponential technical advancement can quickly obsolete even the most well-considered plans.

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iMac Pro Stories April 5

It’s been about a year since Apple shared its high-end Mac strategy by promising a modular Mac Pro and teasing out the iMac Pro. The high-end all-in-one was shown off in June and released on December, but the all-new modular Mac Pro has been a bigger mystery since Apple confirmed it was coming. Now Apple is setting the expectations in a new TechCrunch interview and specifying that the new Mac Pro will be a 2019 product.

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