Apple to discontinue the iMac Pro

 

Apple will now soon stop selling their older iMac Pro base models. According to the reports by 9to5Mac and the Verge, the tech giant will be launching a new range of iMacs. The company will stop selling its current iMacs as the official website of the Apple Store shows a price tagged as USD 4,999 with a configuration, “while supplies last”

Apple told The Verge that the supplies of the base model runs out, iMac Pro will no longer be available in the market. But, Third parties like Amazon may still be left with the product.

The company is expected to introduce a redesigned model of iMac that will feature the next-gen Apple Silicon CPUs and GPUs.

Apple’s last 27-inch iMac product was launched in August 2017 with a focus on gaming, VR, high-end editing and graphics. It replaced the outdated Mac Pro line and proved to be one of the most popular products among professional iMac users.

According to 9to5Mac’s statement, “An exact launch date for the new iMacs is still unclear. Most reports point to a summer release around the time of WWDC, but perhaps the sudden discontinuation of the iMac Pro means that the new generation machines are coming several months sooner than that”.