It’s not the Mac Pro that is suppose to replace the “Trashcan Mac” or “Cylinder Mac Pro” that we’ve been waiting for but the new iMac Pro looks quite promising for a all in one workhorse. Don’t let the unupgradeability fool you, I’d tou can afford $4k+ on a computer like this you’ll max it out knowing you’ll be able to render crazy fast in Final Cut.
The iMac Pro was debuted on Apple’s online store today, but won’t be available to purchase until December 14th. Over the past week, the company provided test hardware to a handful of photographers, videographers, an aerospace engineer, and programmers. Each seems to have been given an iMac Pro with a 10-core 3GHz processor, 128GB memory, […]