Apple is abandoning the iMac Pro and will sell what it has left “while stocks last,” according to a new post added to the office product page on Friday.
MacRumors first spotted the new review on the iMac Pro product page, then confirmed with Apple that the device was in the process of shutting down. Apple told the branch that once supplies run out, the iMac Pro will no longer be available. In fact, the only version currently available is the standard version, which costs $ 5,000 because Apple has eliminated additional upgrade options.
According to MacRumors, Apple said the 27 inch IMac it was released last summer, which will probably be the last with an Intel chip, is the preferred choice of the vast majority of iMac pro users. The company added that customers who need even more performance and scalability can choose the Mac Pro.
Released in 2017, the iMac Pro was released as Apple’s most powerful Mac computer at the time, or as we called it at the time, its “Overpowered workhorse.” Over the years, however, it has never been clear whether the iMac Pro is selling well. In fact, he did not receive any hardware updates since he started.
His place in the Apple family was also in limbo. As indicated by 9to5Mac, the 2019 Mac Pro was also aimed at people who wanted a high-end workstation. It also faced the sibling rivalry of high-end iMac models in terms of performance.
Additionally, keeping the iMac Pro on tablets might not make sense to Apple either, as it was planning to rethinking the iMac and release new versions later this year. The revamped iMacs will ditch the Intel chip and replace it with Apple Silicon.
It is reported than the 27 inch 2020 The iMac will be the latest to feature the traditional iMac design, or thick bezels around the screen with an aluminum chin and a big Apple logo in the middle. If this is true, it would be the first review of the iMac in nine years. Tthe company is also supposed working on two new Mac Pros, which is his most expensive desktop.
While we might be losing the iMac Pro, Appleworld seems to be full of exciting new products. Goodbye iMac Pro. It feels good to know you.