The new iMac Pro starts with an 8-core Intel Xeon processor, but can be configured with an 18-core processor variant, as well as up to 128GB of EEC RAM, 4TB of SSD storage and Radeon Vega discrete graphics cards with up to 16GB of memory. Both models will also be available next week in Apple Stores, through select carriers and Apple Authorized Resellers (prices may vary) in the U.S. and 37 additional countries and regions, including Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK. As before, the 13-inch models use dual-core CPUs and integrated GPUs across the lineup, while the 15-inch versions include quad-core CPUs and dedicated AMD GPUs that can be used to push multiple 5K displays at once.
There are also speculations claiming that instead of the MacBook Air, Apple will release new Macs and MacBooks during this week's WWDC 2017.
Like the iMacs Apple announced, the updated MacBook and MacBook Pros are available now from Apple.
The 12-inch MacBook, last updated in April of 2016, stands to benefit the most. "The only other change mentioned is a reduction in price for the base 13" MacBook Pro with no Touch Bar which is down to $1,299.
Photos are also where you can see the difference in the graphics horsepower. The company is also adding a cheaper $1,300 MacBook Pro option.