iMac Pro Showcased Playing 8K Unrendered Footage – Features a Glossy New Mouse and Very Powerful Internals

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Oct 30, 2017
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Apple allowed attendees to get a closer look at its iMac Pro at the Final Cut Pro X Creative Summit, where the tech giant revealed just how powerful the ‘All in One’ workstation was going to be when it is available to purchase later in the year. The fact that workstation-grade hardware is present in a chassis this thin is quite impressive, to say the least, but it will be available for a steep price tag.

Closer Pictures of iMac Pro Reveals It Shares the Same Design as a Regular iMac, but Features the Space Grey Color and Lots of Powerful Internals

Tech blog MacGeneration plus Instagram user ‘runehansen’ will give you guys a closer look at the next-generation ‘All in One’ workstation that will take computing performance to the next phase. According to these images, the iMac Pro features an exclusive Space Gray color model that looks breathtaking and the same color scheme will be applied with the bundled accessories, which includes the Magic Mouse 2 and Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad.

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In case you were wondering about the specifications of the iMac Pro, let us break it down for you; Apple said that its iMac Pro will feature up to an 18-core Intel Xeon processor paired with the top-of-the-line Radeon Pro Vega graphics. Content creators will rejoice because you will get up to 4TB of PCIe NVMe storage for blistering read and write speeds, not to mention a very responsive machine in return.

You can also configure the iMac Pro to sport up to 128GB of ECC RAM, but the workstation will start from $5,000 in the U.S., plus keep in mind that the specifications listed above are not going to be present in that aforementioned price bracket.

Regardless, if you thought these internals were going to be impressive, then wait till you take a gander at the Mac Pro, which is expected to be announced later in 2018.

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Source: MacGeneration

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