Apple's iMac Pro will be available from 14 December, starting at $4999

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The company announced the new iMac Pro at its Worldwide Developer Conference in June, but didn't offer a firm release date until now. Meanwhile, the iMac Pro should do the job for individuals or companies looking to replace their aging Mac Pros with something more recent and capable of higher workloads. Prices start at $4999 for the base configuration. He then added that the high-end 14 and 18-core models probably won't go on sale until some time in early 2018. However, the iMac Pro throws everything but the kitchen sink at the all-in-one form-factor, including Intel's current Xeon W series of processors that were designed for mainstream workstations.

The computer will also have Turbo Boost speeds of up to 4.5GHz with a cache of up to 42MB, according to Apple's site.

It seems as if the iMac Pro is still targeted to creative professionals, with the capabilities to handle high-performance tasks like easy editing of 3D graphics and 4K video. The hard drive is 4TB and the Redeon Vega GPU comes with 16GB of RAM. The chip can fetch data at up to 400GB per second. The computer can also be transformed into a bigger workstation. Using these connectors, users should be able to connect two additional 5K displays to their setup. The desktop can transfer data at 40Gb per second and includes a 10Gb Ethernet connection on the back.

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While the Mac Pro remains stagnant in its development with a completely modular redesign promised sometime next year, Apple is finally ready to ship the iMac Pro this Thursday.

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