IMac Pro could still get released before Christmas

IMac Pro could still get released before Christmas

IMac Pro could still get released before Christmas

Apple's iMac Pro is available this Wednesday, but that doesn't necessarily mean you can get what you want on launch day. The iMac Pro will have a base price of $4,999 when it goes on sale on December 14 - so hopefully you've been saving up for it since June. The Pro features Intel Xeon processors and a 27-inch Retina display. There could also be a 14 core version, according to YouTuber Marques Brownlee, who uploaded a hands-on review of the iMac Pro. Apple doesn't mention base clock speeds but lets on that Turbo Boost speeds up to 4.5 GHz are on tap.

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For graphics, the iMac Pro will include the all-new Radeon Pro Vega chip, which is three times faster than previous iMac GPU. And we did it without adding a millimeter to its iconic all-in-one design.

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We know from the WWDC announcement that the iMac Pro will be available in 8-core, 10-core, and 18-core Xeon processor options, with up to 16 GB of VRAM, 128GB of ECC memory, and 4TB of SSD. When Apple actually reveals the price of its various upgrades on Thursday, it should become more clear whether 64 GB or 128 GB promises the better return on investment. It has 802.11ac WiFi built in, along with Bluetooth 4.2.

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At least for all that money, the iMac Pro will come bundled with a matching space grey Magic Keyboard (with numpad), Magic Mouse 2 and a Magic Trackpad 2. In this case, one might also wonder what Apple's margins are like on the low-end iMac Pro. But for smaller shops and one-person operations running FCP and working with 4K video, this system likely hits the price/performance sweet spot.

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