The iMac Pro launched back in 2017 has been discontinued, though you still have a chance to grab one of the base configuration units from the Apple Store. The change comes days after rumors that Apple will soon introduce new iMacs featuring its own silicon, underscoring the likelihood that Apple will phase out the iMac Pro line in favor of a tighter iMac lineup.
The 27-inch Retina 5K iMac Pro is now listed on Apple’s online store as available ‘while supplies last,’ a change first spied by 9to5Mac.
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