Apple's iMac Pro to Arrive in 'A Matter of Days'

Apple's iMac Pro to Arrive in 'A Matter of Days'

Apple, when it announced the new iMac Pro at its WWDC event in June, said the machine comes in 8-core, 10-core, and 18-core Xeon processor versions. The iMac Pro also comes with a black Lightning cable for charging the black keyboard - another small thing that's exclusive to this computer.

Vincent Laforet posted more detailed impressions of the iMac Pro's performance in various video editing apps, including Premiere and DaVinci Resolve.

The tech colossus will unleash its new iMac Pro on December 14, which is this Thursday so you haven't got very long to start saving. MKBHD also featured the HiRise Pro in his first look at the iMac Pro. The design remains familiar from the more general iMac line, but the Pro adds a bold new 5K display, which will be capable of supporting up to 44 million pixels. The computer's near $5000 price is set to make it a device reserved only for the dedicated professional with resources to spare - and that's just the base model. The chip can fetch data at up to 400GB per second.

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However, if you feel like going all out, the machine can be configured with an 18-core Xeon, 128GB ECC memory, 4TB SSD, and Radeon Pro Vega 64 with 16GB HBM2, although the exact cost of this configuration is unknown. For me the answer is easy: "when compared to the previous generation iMac or the current top of the line 15" MacBook Pro, the iMacPRO tears through footage and images, allowing me to spend less time behind a computer, and more time shooting. The screens amount to a total of 44 million pixels. The 27-inch display includes 500 nits of brightness across its 14.7 million pixels.

Apple fans, prepare to get jealous. "So everyone from video editors to 3D animators to musicians to software developers to scientists can do what they do like they've never done before".

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