Apple on Friday discontinued its iMac Pro. On the Apple website, only the base configuration can now be purchased which means customers can no longer configure to their desired specification. As discovered by 9to5Mac, a message appeared with it on the Apple website which reads “while supplies last.”
Apple introduced the iMac Pro in 2017, a powerful version of the standard iMac. It features the workstation Intel Xeon processor with ECC memory and AMD Radeon Pro Graphics. It has a more efficient cooling system and came in an aluminium Space Gray colour.
Its sales performance is not known but it’s a niche product which is targeted at a specific group of customers when it was launched. With high-end iMacs now available and the 2019 Mac Pro, it is difficult for customers to settle for the iMac Pro.
Apple is expected to introduce a new range of iMacs soon featuring a new design, Apple Silicon processor and GPU. The new machine is expected to come with improved performance effectively putting an end to the iMac Pro.