Apple iMac Pro production to be stopped with more Silicon-powered Macs coming in 

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Apple recommends the 27-inch iMac instead, but we suggest waiting for the M1 ones.

Apple also stated that if stocks run out, the iMac Pro will be discontinued. According to the manufacturer, the 27-inch iMac is the prefered choice for most iMac technical users, and those who need more power should jump to Apple’s high-end Mac Pro. However, both of these devices are planned to be upgraded to arm-based silicon in the near future.

Apple also secretly applied the “last supply” sticker to the iMac Pro web list, as well as removed device update options. MacRumors reached out to Apple, who said that when iMac Pro stocks run out, the device would no longer be available.

Apple said that its 27-inch iMac is now the prefered alternative for iMac pro-level customers. This ship, with six-and eight-core 10th-gen Intel processors and 8GB off the rack, can be upgraded to a 10-core CPU and 128GB RAM. Customers looking for still more capacity and expandability have the option of selecting Apple’s Mac Pro tower desktop PC starting at $5,999.

Of note, it’s worth noting that the iMac line is going to an update to Apple Silicon soon. The remodelled model is also said to be borrowed from Apple’s high-end Pro Display XDR design. It’s rumoured to be released later this year, but anybody planning to pick up a new iMac would be encouraged to hold on for now.


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