The history of the iMac Pro is coming to an end. Apple informed its customers to buy the computer on their store while they still have chance because the computer will not be restocked. The upgrade option is missing as well. Currently, prospective buyers can only get the iMac Pro in the standard version. The computer on the Apple Store website is sold for 5,000 US dollars. Apple ensures that the iMac Pro production is discontinued, so obviously it will not be sold again after its stock runs out. In the meantime, if you still want to buy the Apple stock index despite the discontinuation of iMac Pro production, or you simply want to buy other NASDAQ100 stock indexes, you can visit http://www.internationalanswer.org/forex/articles/nas100-brokers.html to find Brokers who are experienced in buying and selling the NAS100 index.
iMac Pro itself was first introduced in 2017. It’s a more powerful version with several advantages that the “regular” model iMac doesn’t have. In terms of specifications, for example, the iMac Pro which has a characteristic space gray color is powered by an Intel Xeon CPU, Radeon Pro Vega 56 8 GB HBM2 memory, RAM with 32GB capacity and it’s upgradable, and 1 TB of total harddisk storage. However, iMac also recently received a specification update so that it becomes even more powerful. In the latest update in August 2020, iMac received the 10th generation Intel Core i9 processor, up to 128 GB of RAM, and up to 8 TB of storage.
The Radeon 5700 XT can also be a choice for some people, especially gamers, then a 27-inch screen that display up to 5K plus True Tone, along with a system for cooling that is claimed to work more efficiently. Reportedly, Apple will again update its iMac line of computers by launching a new version with a screen size of 21.5 inches and 27 inches in 2021, this time with a processor (M1) made by Apple itself.