Foreign media MacRumors reported that on Friday evening, Apple added a “limited quantity, while stocks last” label notification on its global iMac Pro product page, and removed all upgrade options for the computer. Currently, only the standard configuration is left. For ordering.
Since then, foreign media has confirmed to Apple that when the supply is exhausted, iMac Pro will no longer have any supply. Apple said that the latest 27-inch iMac, launched in August last year, is the first choice for most professional iMac users, and that customers who need greater performance and scalability can choose Mac Pro.
The latest 27-inch iMac is equipped with a 5K display with True Tone and nano-textured glass options, a 10th-generation Intel Core i9 processor with up to 10 cores, up to 128GB of memory, up to 8TB of storage space, up to AMD Radeon Pro 5700 XT graphics, 10 Gigabit Ethernet options, higher resolution 1080p camera, improved speakers and microphones, etc.
Although Apple currently recommends a 27-inch iMac based on Intel, there are rumors that Apple will release a redesigned iMac later this year, using a new generation of Apple’s Silicon chip, and the design is inspired by Apple’s high-end Pro Display XDR monitor. Therefore, many customers may have to wait patiently. It is unclear whether Apple’s Silicon version of iMac Pro will be released, but it seems unlikely at the moment.
The Apple iMac Pro was released in December 2017 and has not received substantial hardware updates during its life cycle.