It has been some time since Apple launched its most powerful iMac ever, the iMac Pro, but it looks like the company wants to bring more eyeballs back around.
Apple has internally launched a new pilot program where it will allow authorized Apple stores and service providers to continue offering repair services for the 21.5-inch and 27-inch mid-2011 iMac. Apple is scheduled to declare the 2011 iMac as vintage from next month at which point it will stop offering any kind of hardware repair support for them.
Before 2017 closed out, OWC put together a nice teardown treatment for the recently launched iMac Pro.
With the iMac Pro now being delivered to the first batch of customers, the first teardown of Apple’s first pro machine in years has also gone live thanks to OWC. The teardown reveals pretty interesting tidbits about the iMac Pro and shows that Apple has truly gone all out with the machine.
The iMac Pro is now available for in-store pickup in certain Best Buy stores and the first batch of orders making their way to the hands of customers. Thanks to them, it has been revealed that Apple’s most powerful Mac in years comes with a new desktop wallpaper.
The iMac Pro was pushed back in delivery dates almost immediately after it went on sale earlier this month, but if you happen to live near Los Angeles, California and happen to be in the market for Apple’s most powerful all-in-one computer, there’s some good news.
The iMac Pro went up for order earlier this week, and now the company has outlined how to restore the hardware if something goes wrong.
The new powerful iMac Pro from Apple went up for sale from earlier today. For now, the powerful yet sleek workstation can only be purchased through Apple’s online store, with most of the models shipping by the end of this year.
Apple’s goal for security continues to strengthen in certain areas, especially for on-device efforts.
Earlier this week, Apple confirmed that the iMac Pro, its most powerful all-in-one desktop computer ever, would go on sale today, December 14.