Apple could discontinue iMac Pro as its store page suggests ‘while supplies last’

by Abhi Choudhary

Earlier in 2017, Apple has launched the iMac Pro PC which is the most powerful Mac ever made. It was started to be sold at $4,999. The top features of this computer include an Intel Xenon processor, 5K display AMD Vega graphics, ECC (Error Correction Code Memory)  memory, 10 Gigabit Ethernet, and more.

The iMac Pro was the first model to be equipped with Apple’s T2 co-processor, which has resulted in a non-replaceable 1TB Solid-state drive, four Thunderbolt 3 ports, and 27-inch Retina 5K 5120-by-2880 P3 display.

According to the latest information, the company is going to stop selling this iMac personal computer due to its non-upgradable configuration over the present architecture. The analyst ‘Ming-Chi-Kuo’ already told about this about one year ago.

However, it’s a value-for-money product from Apple as one could buy it because it provides best-in-class features and can be utilized as an all-in-one workstation. But you should keep in mind that if the company has discontinued this model then you will not be able to get its component in the market.

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However, as rumored Apple is looking to discontinue the iMac Pro but according to analyst statements, we can guess that company is not going to upgrade the personal computer but will choose the option to discontinue it in near future.

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