Apple's all-in-one iMac Pro will no longer be sold.
USA's giant tech company, Apple, has confirmed the discontinuation of iMac Pro. Praised as the fastest Mac, the iMac Pro arrived in the market December 2017 as a high-end machine for professionals. With a built-in 5K display, 32GB of RAM, and an 8-core Xeon processor, it was the first and only iMac with a Space Gray enclosure.
Apple will stop selling iMac Pros once the current stock is finished. One configuration of the desktop is still available through the company's site, listed as “While Supplies Last." Some versions can still be found from third-party retailers, as well.
With the Apple silicon-powered iMacs on the way, thus far the company has revamped the MacBook, MacBook Air and Mac Mini with its proprietary chips. New versions of the 21.5-inch and 27-inch desktop are rumored for arrival later this year, sporting a long-awaited redesign to boot.