Apple Likely Discontinuing iMac Pro With Only Baseline Model Available ‘While Supplies Last’

It appears that Apple will soon be discontinuing the iMac Pro as suggested by it’s availability status on the online Apple Store.

The iMac Pro was announced back in June of 2017, and was a thing of magnificence with its processing power, the Space Gray color scheme, albeit at a whopping $4,999.

As of now though, the more powerful Mac Pro can be had for $5,999 in comparison, but of course, there’s no display in that package.

The iMac Pro has not had a significant refresh till its release, and as such rumors of a possible major refresh – including the design – have birthed. The rumors have further been fueled with the arrival of the M1 Mac range. So with that in hindsight, when you head over to the Apple Store page for the iMac Pro, you will see the page read “Till supplies last”.

Furthermore, you only have the choice to grab the baseline model only, with no customization or upgrade possible.

For $4,999 you will get a 10-core Intel Xeon chip, 32GB of RAM @2666Mhz, a Radeon Pro Vega 56, 1TB SSD storage, and the Magic Mouse and Keyboard combo. But is all of this really worth it given the value the top of the line latest iMac brings to the table?

It could be that sales of the iMac Pro have been on the decline, and Apple is clearing out the remaining stock, as it prepares for the launch of an M1 iMac Pro along with an M1 iMac.

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