After developers indicated their frustrating with the lack of powerful options Apple was selling (particularly as it related to the MacBook Pro), Apple said it would release a new Mac Pro and introduce an iMac Pro as well.
The company has announced its latest workstation will be available this week, with pricing starting at $4,999 in the US.
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Specifically, the $4,999 all-in-one desktop computer will feature a pro-level Intel Xeon processor, up to 18 cores and AMD's Radeon Vega graphics.
Second, the other shoe has yet to drop with regard to Apple's plans for the Mac Pro, an all-new redesign of which is supposedly underway. That is if the company wants to keep its word that the iMac Pro will be launched in stores by the end of the year.
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For detailed numbers and test results, head over to the source page. You can even use it for virtual reality content creation. The computer's near $5000 price is set to make it a device reserved only for the dedicated professional with resources to spare - and that's just the base model. There is no information as to when the iMac Pro will be available in India.
Like the iPhone X launch, Apple is letting YouTubers try out the new iMac Pro before every other tech publications.
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Given that this is a pro machine, you can configure up to 128GB of DDR4-2666 ECC memory, and up to 4TB of SSD storage. Finally, there is also a 10Gb Ethernet port for fast networking. The product page says iMac Pro CPUs will come bearing as much as 42 MB of cache, a number that we figure applies to the 18-core version. But for smaller shops and one-person operations running FCP and working with 4K video, this system likely hits the price/performance sweet spot.