According to Apple, we can expect to see the iMac Pro go on sale in December.
Apple said this is the "most powerful Mac we've ever made", and CEO Tim Cook called it "badass" onstage. Apple also confirmed that it doesn't have plans to sell the Space Gray Apple Magic Keyboard, mouse and trackpad that come with the new iMac Pro separately.
The iMac Pro's starting configuration will be $4,999.
Apple's WWDC always brings big news, but the hardware upgrades came fast and furious this time around, including major improvements across the board for Apple's entire iMac line, complete with a new iMac Pro, putting Apple's Mac Pro workstation-class desktop into the iconic iMac form-factor. Combine this with Apple's new Metal 2 graphics API and the native support in MacOS High Sierra, and VR just became a reality on the iMac, for gaming and content creation alike. It also is available in a handsome new space gray color.
Powered by Intel Xeon processors which can be configured from 8-cores all the way up to 18-cores you can certainly get a beastly machine here.
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The iMac, the all-in-one computer used and loved in offices everywhere, is finally getting an update. There's now a 10TGb ethernet port, but more in keeping with Apple's recent push, you get four Thunderbolt 3 ports using USB Type-C too.
A 5K display, with the processing to power two other 5K displays simultaneously.
MacBook prices start at £1,250 while the non-Touch Bar version of the 13-inch MacBook Pro will also start at £1,250. And for half-precision computation, ideal for machine learning, iMac Pro delivers up to an incredible 22 Teraflops of performance.
Pricing details of the new iMac (2017) have also been announced. Talking of storage, the iMac Pro comes out with support for up to 128GB ECC memory and up to 4TB of 3GB/s SSD storage. It now costs $1,299 instead of $1,499, making it a little bit more tempting to skip the MacBook Air altogether.