iMac Pro goes on display at Final Cut Pro event


iMac Pro
The iMac Pro is a stunner.
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Apple gave fans an early hands-on preview of the iMac Pro at the Final Cut Pro Creative Summit in Cupertino this weekend.

The new machine is slated to go on sale later this year. Apple demoed the iMac Pro along with Final Cut Pro X 10.4 which packs some big new features.

Attendees got to see the iMac Pro used for 8K video editing and virtual reality experiences during the event. Aimed at users that need a serious amount of computing performance, the iMac Pro is most powerful all-in-one computer Apple’s ever made.

It’s also the first black iMac ever.

Apple says the iMac Pro will come with an 18-core Intel Xeon processor and Radeon Pro Vega graphics. The baseline model price starts at $4,999, giving you up to 128GB of RAM and 4TB

The Final Cut Pro X Creative Summit lasted three days, providing training and tutorials on how to get the most out of Apple’s software. Final Cut Pro X 10.4 is set to launch later this year while the iMac Pro should go on sale in December.

5 responses to “iMac Pro goes on display at Final Cut Pro event”

  1. Adi Moro says:

    Only $4,999 …cmon is to cheap!

    • ducktails says:

      In the grand scheme of things…it is actually pretty damn cheap. I would love to have one.

      • René Hupfer says:

        For vlogs or cooking recipes i bet. I doubt anyone serious will use it.
        It’s all gimmick.

    • Dave Coburn says:

      $5k for a dumbed down computer. You’ll have to add upgrades to make it worthy. Then you’ll be up around $9. Where is Steve jobs and a few tanks when he displayed the most powerful consumer computer ever made and it was affordable.

  2. NoNonsense74 says:

    Awesome machine to browse and watch netflix on lol! no…seriously, looks beautiful!