Wednesday, June 7, 2017

The iMac Pro is not Apple’s replacement for the Mac Pro

If you keep a close eye on Apple hardware, then you know the Mac Pro has long been in need of an upgrade. Then Apple announced the iMac Pro yesterday, a behemoth all-in-one starting at $4,999 and sporting intense workstation-class specs. Some people have taken this to mean that Apple had completely abandoned the Mac Pro, which hasn’t been redesigned since late 2013. That would be a problem, because powerful as the iMac Pro may be, it’s not expandable. What you buy is what you’re stuck with. Consider this a PSA then: The iMac Pro is not Apple’s replacement for the Mac Pro. A…

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