That didn’t take long. Just days after Apple launched the powerful iMac Pro it shows up available for in-store purchase at Apple Stores. For $4,999. And up. Brian Heater:
With the Mac Pro still in a state of limbo, the company has focused on the AIO desktop form factor to deliver some crazy high-end tech specs for users looking to perform truly CPU taxing tasks like editing 4K video and creating VR content. The iMac Pro represents a sort of recommitment to the developers and creative types that have long formed a core user base — which Microsoft has been actively courting with its own Surface line.
I wonder how much success Microsoft has had courting Mac users since the Surface Pro models have similar specs to MacBook Pro models?