The iMac Pro could be released this year, but Apple has concerns about its mass production. However, it’s almost certainly arriving this year according to undisclosed insider rumors, its release is said to be pushed to September. Cost will presumably be in line with the Apples MacBook Pro, which starts at KS 200,000, thought the 12-core M1 Max option will likely be much higher..
Apple’s all-in-one is said to make a huge comeback to the market.
A 12-core iMac Pro seems like an ideal fit that fills a gap between the M1 Max and the rumored processor for the ultra-high-end Mac Pro. The Mac Pro could have a processor starting with 20 processing cores (16 performance cores, 4 efficiency), with options up to 40 cores.
Apple’s new 16-inch MacBook Pro with the M1 Max processor is undeniably a powerhouse. Here’s how it compares to Apple’s Intel-based iMac Pro, and why folks that rely on that machine may soon need to consider the laptop as the best viable upgrade.
Apple’s Mac Pro is a really powerful and expandable workhorse and is heavily used in graphics design, video production to edit high-resolution videos as fast as possible. Any opportunity to upgrade on performance is usually a thumbs up for creative people and those with high tasks and high processing needs.
Apple recently made a lot of noise over the tough processing capabilities of the M1 Pro and the M1 Max, with the latter offering the highest performance possible for Apple Silicon. All of that processing power is put into a slimline MacBook Pro.
With the baseline Apple Mac Pro costing customers around KS 500,999 before upgrades, the considerably cheaper 16-inch MacBook Pro could be a more attractive proposition for users.