Apple debuted its custom T1 security chip with the 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. The chip ran a custom and toned down version of iOS and looked after the operations of the Touch Bar. With the iMac Pro last year, the company debuted the successor to that chip, T2.
It isn’t a secret that Apple prides itself on being a pretty secretive company, especially when it comes to how things work behind-the-scenes.
Late last year, Apple launched the iMac Pro — its first pro machine meant for professionals after almost 5 years. With a starting price tag of $4,999, the iMac Pro is not meant for the average consumer. The raw horsepower offered by it is meant for professionals who are into video or graphics production.
The iMac Pro is a powerful all-in-one machine, but it also comes saddled with a pretty high price tag. So if you have been waiting to pick one up with a slight discount, Apple may have a solution.
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.