As first reported by 9to5Mac and now widely, the iMac Pro has been discontinued. The Apple Store on Friday removed all build-to-order configurations for the product. The only model now available to buy is the $4999 base config and the Apple Store says that is only available ‘while supplies last’. Some other SKUs remain available at third-party retailers for now.
The iMac Pro was introduced in 2017 to offer more powerful all-in-ones.
As reported in 9to5Mac, it has never been clear if the iMac Pro has sold well; much of its place in the limelight for pros has been taken by the 2019 Mac Pro tower. The high-end ‘standard’ iMac models have also encroached on the iMac Pro in terms of performance.
Reportedly Apple is believed to be introducing an all-new range of iMacs soon with Apple’s own silicon CPUs and GPUs.
Supply constraints on some 21.5-inch iMacs are also a signal that a new iMac is imminent. We’re expecting a radically redesigned iMac with thin bezels and a boxy design, similar in style to the Apple Pro Display XDR, probably in the summer. Maybe sooner.