Apple has developed a brand name for themselves and their products are always going to surprise you. The newly launched Apple iMac Pro is no different as it is priced at a whopping $4,999 for the entry level model.
Most users and creative people may not complain because for the asking price, the company provides a lot of value to the crowd. Even if you decide to purchase all the hardware components individually, the pricing might be the same but setting up an all-in-one compact computer as the new Macintosh is impossible and it also provides access to a slew of software programs important for editing, unlike Windows PCs.
Here is the detailed specifications:
- 8-core Intel Xeon processor
- AMD Radeon Pro Vega 56 with 8 GB of HM2
- 32GB DD4 RAM
- 1 TB SSD
Buyers have the option to upgrade their machine to go all the way up to a 18-core processor with 128GB of RAM and 4TB of SSD which will strikingly increase the overall price tag of the Apple iMac Pro.
The device sports a 27-inch Retina 5K display with 5120×2880 resolution and does support other 4K or 5K displays to be connected to it for easier task management. There is a 10Gb ethernet port, Wifi AC built-in, Bluetooth 4.2 and 4 USB 3.0 ports.
The front of the Apple iMac Pro has a FaceTime 1080p camera with stereo speakers, 4x microphones and also comes bundled with their Magic Mouse, Magic Keyboard. The computer runs on MacOS High Sierra and the high-end model could as high as $10,000 as Apple didn’t confirm pricing yet.