Apple Updates Logic Pro X With Support for Up to 36 Cores

Apple's new iMac Pro is now available to order with a December 27th arrival date for the first deliveries.

Macintosh initially reported the iMac Pro back in June, so in case you're in the market for a PC like this, you likely definitely know the majority of what I'm going to let you know.

The $4,999 iMac Pro system comes with what appears to be a custom Xeon W processor; Intel doesn't show an eight-core Xeon W with a 3.2GHz base and a 4.2GHz boost. Now here comes the interesting part: it can now use up to 36 cores.

Apple first introduced Final Cut Pro X in 2011 as a completely revamped version of its Final Cut Pro video editing suite. Finally, we round out the list of hardware customizations with the GPU, a 8GB Radeon Pro Vega 56 that can be upgraded to a 16GB Radeon Pro Vega 64 for $600, a charge that looks somewhat paltry compared to the other entries on this list. But the greatest technological marvel in the iMac is probably its new thermal architecture, which delivers 80% more cooling capacity in the same quiet and thin design the iMac is known for. There is also a 3.5mm headphone jack as well as an SDXC card slot and 10Gb Ethernet port.

Apple has officially put the iMac Pro up for sale now in Malaysia.

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While most of investors' attention on Apple gravitates toward iPhones, Apple's Mac business is firing on all cylinders. Dubbed the most powerful iMac ever, the iMac Pro produces workstation class performance, and packs quite the punch with its high end specs.

A design decision that some users won't agree with is the inability for users to access the iMac Pro's RAM. It's additionally in light of the fact that on the off chance that you just need a profoundly effective machine, there's another expert review Mac coming one year from now, the declared yet up 'til now inconspicuous Mac Pro. The iMac Pro can also export HEVC video 3 times faster. The T2 provides a secure enclave for file encryption (FileVault) and a new startup security feature, which, unfortunately, wasn't demonstrated at the event. It's the most costly Mac accessible today by a wide edge, and for the vast majority, simply getting the "best Mac" isn't justified regardless of the additional cash unless you have work that is as of now, essentially hampered by the speed of your PC.

Want the space gray keyboard, mouse, and trackpad without buying an iMac Pro? It is optimized for the iMac Pro, but it is still compatible with other Macs, of course.

In the words of Tim Cook at WWDC: "That iMac Pro really is bad ass".

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