Apple began announcing on its online store this Friday (5) that the iMac Pro will be available while supplies last. In addition to this detail, the company is no longer selling the computer with custom configurations, factors suggesting the line is likely to be discontinued.
The iMac Pro launched in 2017 and hasn’t received any major hardware news over the years. One of the rumors is that the company is expected to launch new iMacs lines. This indicates that Apple may be selling the last remaining units of the Pro to bring the new wave to market.
Updated versions of computers must have silicon CPUs and GPUs, including the M1 chip. The highly anticipated piece will be produced using Apple Silicon architecture based on ARM with a 5 nanometer manufacturing process.
The processor’s performance means Apple doesn’t even have to separate its iMac product lines. With the M1 equipped, all computers would perform quite well, eliminating the need to offer a “Pro” model.
According to the 9to5mac website, the restriction on the 21.5-inch iMacs market is another sign that the line may even be discontinued. As for the design of the new iMac, there is information that it can look very square, similar to the Apple Pro Display XDR.
Maça did not comment on the “while supplies last” message, nor on the cancellation of the sale of personalized computers.