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The iMac Pro is an all-in-one workstation computer that was announced by Apple on June 5 during the 2017 Worldwide Developers Conference. It was developed while work was still being carried out on a replacement for the aging 2nd-generation Mac Pro from 2013.[1] The iMac Pro was released on December 14, 2017 as the flagship configuration of Apple's iMac series of desktop computers.[2] On March 5, 2021, Apple removed build-to-order configurations as the remaining inventory of iMac Pros were identified as "while supplies last".[3][4] It was discontinued on the following March 19th.[5]

Features[]

Based around Intel's high-end Xeon processor with a Retina 5K display, the iMac Pro was marketed towards professional users as an all-in-one alternative to the Mac Pro. It was only available in a darker "space gray" finish with matching peripherals.[6]

Specifications[]

Model 2017
Release date December 14, 2017
Marketing Model No. MQ2Y2LL/A (base configuration)
Model Number A1862[7]
Model Identifier iMacPro1,1
Emc No. 3144
Display 27″, 5120 × 2880, 60 Hz refresh rate
Glossy glass-covered widescreen 16:9, LED backlighting and IPS technology with P3 color gamut
500 nits brightness
1.07 billion colors
Processor 8-core (W-2140B) (before August 2020), 10-core (W-2150B), 14-core (W-2170B), or 18-core (W-2191B) Intel Xeon processor, up to 4.3 GHz Turbo Boost[8] on the LGA2066 socket
Memory 32 GB (configurable to 64, 128, or 256 GB) of 2666 MHz DDR4 ECC SDRAM
Expandable to 512 GB with third party modules.
Graphics AMD Radeon Pro Vega 56, Vega 64, or Vega 64X, up to 16 GB HBM2 video memory
Storage 1 TB PCIe-based NVMe SSD
Configurable to 2 or 4 TB[9]
Security chip Apple T2
Connectivity Internal Wi-Fi 5 (802.11a/b/g/n/ac)
10 Gigabit Ethernet
Bluetooth 5.0
Camera FaceTime HD camera (1080p, 2 MP)
Peripherals USB 3.0
Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C 3.1 gen 2)
Supports two 5120 × 2880 or four 4096 × 2304 displays
SDXC card slot with support for UHS-II
Audio Headphone/digital audio output
Built-in stereo speakers
Weight 21.5 lb[10]

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References[]

  1. iMac Pro, the most powerful Mac ever, arrives this December, Apple Inc. 2017-06-05.
  2. iMac Pro, the most powerful Mac ever, available today, Apple Inc. 2017-12-14.
  3. Mayo, Benjamin (2021-03-06). Apple discontinues iMac Pro, Apple Store says buy 'while supplies last' (en-US). 9to5Mac. Archived from the original on 2021-03-06. Retrieved on 2021-03-06.
  4. Slivka, Eric (March 5, 2021). iMac Pro No Longer Custom Configurable, Available 'While Supplies Last' (en). MacRumors. Archived from the original on March 6, 2021. Retrieved on March 6, 2021.
  5. iMac Pro Officially Discontinued, Removed From Apple's Site and No Longer Available for Purchase by Juli Clover, MacRumors. 2021-03-19.
  6. iMac Pro, the most powerful Mac ever, available today, Apple Inc. 2017-12-14.
  7. Wuerthele, Mike. Apple's iMac Pro model number pegged as 'A1862' ahead of expected Dec. launch (en-US). AppleInsider. Retrieved on 2017-12-07.
  8. "Apple Starts iMac Pro Sales Dec. 14", Anandtech, 13 December 2017. Retrieved on 13 December 2017. 
  9. In this article the unit symbol 'TB' is used to mean 1000^4 bytes (1 terabyte)
  10. iMac Pro—Technical Specifications. Apple. Retrieved on July 24, 2017.

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