Since giving us a sneak peak at the machine earlier in the year, Apple has been relatively quiet about their upcoming iMac Pro, however with the launch month of December now upon us we’re eagerly awaiting Apple’s introduction of the Space Gray powerhouse, and new Google search results may give us a clue as to when the machine will arrive.
A handful enthusiasts of have taken to Twitter to report that Google, and now Wikipedia, are claiming Apple will unveil the iMac Pro on Monday December 18th, the last week before Christmas and a perfect opportunity for Apple to boost Mac sales at the end of 2017 through to 2018.
Just like everything on the internet, take this with a pitch of salt. As pointed out by Macworld UK, it’s possible Google’s search spiders crawled Apple’s site and saw the words “December” and “18 cores” next to each other, and jumped to conclusions.
Just been on google and it says the iMac pro is being released on the 18th December but Apple hasn’t said anything about it
— David Hepworth (@davidhepworthh) November 20, 2017
— Kenn™ R ? (@k3nnr) November 12, 2017
iMac Pro will be Apple’s ‘most powerful Mac ever’. The new pro machine, available in a new Space Gray casing, will feature a 1080p FaceTime camera, a 5K built-in display, 8-core Xeon processors, Radeon Vega graphics, 32GB ECC memory, and 10GB Ethernet as well as four Thunderbolt 3 ports with support for up to two 5K displays.