Apple announced back in June that its first ever iMac Pro would launch this month - and now, with just a few weeks to go, we're finally getting some details. Users also complained that Apple was emphasizing the design of new computers, but failing to give them enough processing power.
YouTube personality Marques Brownlee was given the iMac Pro for a week ahead of the launch and recently posted a video about his thoughts on the system.
The iMac Pro is one of Apple's responses to a backlash from its developer community late previous year. Apple confirmed today that the all-in-one iMac Pro will be available starting December 14, and it will have a starting price of $4,999 (which was previously known).
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The tech titan on Thursday will roll out a black Lightning cable, the first time the company has produced a desktop computer or cable - for earphones, charging an iPhone or otherwise - that wasn't white. This iMac Pro release brings the product family from what was once a basic at-home computer, to a machine intended for the most demanding of projects.
The high price of iMac Pro is the only barrier which can stop people from moving to Windows where they can get many useful features at pretty low prices.
It seems as if the iMac Pro is still targeted to creative professionals, with the capabilities to handle high-performance tasks like easy editing of 3D graphics and 4K video.
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The general consensus is that this thing is fast - but of course, that was always going to be the case with its high-end specs.
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