Apple has officially taken the wraps off its “most powerful Mac” till date. Dubbed as “iMac Pro,” the device was initially made available for pre-order only on the company’s official websites and the Online Store. However, the mean machine has finally available for purchase through numerous other authorised resellers as well, including B&H and Fimac.
According to a report by 9 to 5 Mac, B&H has made a range of different configurations available for pre-order as far as iMac Pro is concerned. The prices for the machine range from $4999 to $13,199. The device is available in both, 8-core and 10-core variants. Interested purchasers can expect the Apple iMac Pro to deliver within two to four weeks. The 14-core and 18-core variants of the device, however, have not been showcased as yet. They are listed as “coming soon” in official stores. Expercom, on the other hand, has made the iMac Pro available for pre-order with shipping estimates being anywhere between six to eight weeks. All the four variants, i.e. 8-core, 10-core, 14-core and 18-core are available for pre-order. The prices for the system range anywhere between $4,999 to $12,799. Even MacMall has made the iMac Pro available in a refreshed, single entry-level configuration. If you notice one thing, the device is possible for a much lower price in comparison to other products in the market.
Interested purchasers can save money, depending on their locations. If you purchase the device without the obligation of paying sales tax, then the Apple iMac Pro comes at a much cheaper cost. The sales tax rate is at seven percent currently, which is about $350. The entry-level iMac Pro’s original price is $923. However, after adding sales tax, it’s price is over $1,000.