Apple iMac Pro is now available at offline stores

Published on December 31, 2017

Apple launched its powerful iMac Pro for purchase on its official online platform a day before Christmas, i.e. Sunday, 24th December 2017. Interested purchasers can check out the online website to purchase the super-powerful desktop computer. However, those who wish to pick one up in-person will have a little waiting to do.

Apple iMac Pro

As reported by Tech Crunch, one can even visit one of the numerous retail establishments in order to purchase the product. The news regarding the availability of physical stores was first published by Mac Rumors. Interested purchasers can check out the stores that have iMac Pro available for purchase, by entering their respective ZIP codes on the company’s website.

The Apple iMac Pro, which is currently available for purchase, can be bought for $4,999 and up. This is the professional version of Apple’s highly-anticipated, all-in-one desktop computer. The Cupertino giant has described their latest innovation as a “love letter to developers.”

The company further established that they decided to “see exactly how ridiculous it could get with iMac performance inside what is essentially the exact same shell as the current machines – with a nice coat of color treatment and a few additional cosmetic differences.” Needless to say, the Apple iMac Pro is still in the state of limbo as the firm continues to focus on the AIO desktop form factor with the objective to provide quality high-end specifications to users.

As noted by Tech Crunch, the latest iMac collection are loaded with the best kind of specifications in the market. They are “pretty well seeded in the Apple Stores,
as well. The possibility of the product being available in every single location is not that high. If you’re not willing to make the $4,999+ commitment, there’s apparently already a ridiculously inflated second-hand market for those limited edition space gray accessories, states Tech Crunch.

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