What New iMac Pro Means For Creatives, Developers

Inside the iMac Pro- Apple's most powerful Mac yet

Inside the iMac Pro- Apple's most powerful Mac yet

However, before you order, you should know that the iMac Pro can't be upgraded once it's purchased. Before we round up early reviewer impressions, let's review the system's baseline specifications.

Launching today is the new iMac Pro, a product line intended for professional users who desire an all-in-one computer experience with top-notch performance. In addition, the device will boast Turbo Boost up to 4.5GHz, and up to 42MB of cache.

The iMac pro was first unveiled at WWDC 2017 in June and sports a 27-inch Retina 5K display that is already available with the existing 27-inch iMac but bears major improvements.

For comparison, the old Mac Pro ran $3,999 for a 3GHz Xeon CPU, 16GB of DDR3-1866, a 256GB SSD, and a pair of GCN 1.0 D700 GPUs. The iMac Pro also comes with Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth v4.2.

The cooling system in the back is created to handle the high-end systems inside the same 27 inch iMac body.

T2 also enables a new level of security by including a secure enclave coprocessor that provides the foundation for new encrypted storage and secure boot capabilities.

What New iMac Pro Means For Creatives, Developers

Selecting every possible upgrade that Apple allows including much beloved Final Cut Pro X totals $13,847.98 for the fully loaded iMac Pro, or almost $15,000 after you add tax.

You can grab the new version of Logic Pro X on the Mac App Store now. There will be four different models available, one with an 8 core processor, another with a 10 core processor, a 14 core processor model and an 18 core processor model. While the Surface line appealed to artists who needed a combination of portability and power, Apple's new machine is meant to function as a workstation with incredible power for the most intense video rendering and research simulation tasks. In fact Apple is ready with one more. At least, you're getting it before Chinese New Year 2018. Add Australia's 10% GST, and you're at around $7,172, just shy of Apple's asking price locally.

You get a beast of a machine for which Apple charges $13,348.

One common theme to everyone's coverage is that the demos Apple showed were both comprehensive and impressive.

Nobody is giving out a recommendation on buying or not-buying the iMac Pro without the opportunity to review it first.

As ridiculous as these prices might seem, it appears that iMac Pro's $5,000 base config might not be that overpriced. Apple's redesign with the new iMac Pro offers excessive power and will certainly appeal to those who need their computers to keep up with increasingly demanding tasks.

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