With the delay of the HomePod, there is only one more big Apple hardware product slated for release before the end of 2017 — the iMac Pro. Like the regular iMac, the iMac Pro features an all-in-one design that combines a display and computer inside of a single enclosure. Yet, unlike the regular iMac, the iMac Pro is built specifically with creative professionals in mind.
The iMac Pro sounds fantastic on paper. Higher-specced configurations of the baseline iMac are no slouch, but the iMac Pro will be a definite leap above the regular version in terms of performance. Here’s what we know about the iMac Pro so far…
iMac Pro is an all-in-one computer that fuses together a high quality 5K display, powerful internal computing components, and more versatile I/O. Similar to a regular iMac, it features a display that dominates its front side, with a chin emblazoned with an Apple logo resting underneath. Although the two machines look similar, users will be able to easily differentiate the iMac Pro from the regular 5K iMac thanks to a Space Gray anodized aluminum shell.
To further emphasize the differences at first glance, the iMac Pro comes packed with a Space Gray Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad + Magic Mouse. Users will have the option of purchasing a Space Gray Magic Trackpad as well.
Currently-known iMac Pro specs
27-inch (diagonal) Retina 5K display
5120‑by‑2880 resolution with support for billions of colors
500 nits of brightness
Wide color (P3)
8-Core Xeon (base)
10-Core Xeon (optional)
18-Core Xeon (optional)
32GB 2666MHz DDR4 ECC memory (base)
1TB SSD (base)
Enhanced stereo speakers, with improved frequency response, bass, and volume
3.5 mm headphone jack
1080p FaceTime HD camera
Space Gray Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad
Space Gray Magic Mouse 2
Space Gray Magic Trackpad 2 (optional)
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