Apple announced a new iMac Pro and updated MacBooks today at their World Wide Developer Conference 2017 in San Jose, Calif. According to MacRumors Buyer's Guide, it had been 221 days since updating the MacBook Pro, 412 days since updating the MacBook, and a staggering 601 days since updating the iMac. Check out the stats on the latest hardware with some super high-end performance options that could be great for photographers and video editors alike.
New iMac Pro
While the entire iMac line of 21.5-inch and 27-inch models got a refresh, the biggest announcement was the new iMac Pro. Starting at $4,999 with a target availability of December 2017, the new iMac Pro includes four Thunderbolt 3 Ports, a built-in 10 GB Ethernet port, 1080p FaceTime Camera, improved cooling, and up to 18-core Xeon processors. The new display is touted as being 43 percent brighter with one billion colors. The iMac Pro is configurable with up to:
- 16 GB of VRAM
- 128 GB of ECC RAM
- 18-Core Xeon Processors
MacBook and MacBook Pro Updates
Shipping as early as today, Apple's MacBook line got a refresh with Intel's Kaby Lake processors.
- 12-inch MacBook starting at $1,299.
- 13-inch MacBook Pro starting at $1,299 and $1,799 with a Touch Bar respectively.
- 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar starting at $2,399.
- The MacBook Air will get a speed bump and otherwise remain unchanged.
You can watch the 2017 WWDC below via Time.