WWDC 2017: Apple iMac Pro, the most powerful iMac ever

WWDC 2017: Apple iMac Pro, the most powerful iMac ever

Apple has announced a brand new computer in the form of a $4,999 (roughly RM21,332) iMac Pro at its developer conference in San Jose, making the company’s all-in-one computer the most powerful Mac available.

The new iMac Pro starts with an 8-core Intel Xeon processor, but it can be configured with an 18-core processor variant, as well as up to 128GB of EEC RAM, 4TB of SSD storage and Radeon Vega discrete graphics cards with up to 16GB of memory.

Besides, it also comes with a 27-inch 5K Retina Display as well as AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 GPU with HBM2-based 16GB VRAM. In order to cool down all these powerful hardware, Apple has implemented a new thermal system that provide up to 80% more cooling capacity than a standard iMac.

Apple iMac Pro has four Thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports and is capable of pushing up to 44m pixels across three screens. Apple hopes that the iMac Pro will address the concerns of video editors looking to work with 4K or 8K video that need workstation-level power.

It will be available in our market this coming December as noted on Apple Malaysia’s official website.