Fitted into a matte space gray body (rather than the silver aluminium of old) comes a computer capable of real-time 3D rendering, video editing and importantly, Virtual Reality content design.
Equipped with an 8-Core, 3.2GHz Intel Xeon W processor (overclocked to 4.2GHz), which can be configured up to 18-Cores, Radeon Pro Vega 56 graphics processor with 8GB of HBM2 memory and 32GB RAM, configurable to 128GB – the iMac Pro is a beastly machine.
And really expensive…
Starting at £4,899 ($4,999) and reaching a staggering £13,006.98 ($13,926.98) when maxed out in configuration, the iMac Pro weighs in at £1,000 more than the Mac Pro. Aside from being Apple’s most powerful computer, it’s also the most expensive model in the range.
You can read our report on Apple's WWDC announcement that VR would be coming to Mac here.
The iMac Pro is available to order from the Apple Store, online or in-store.