The Cupertino firm released the supercomputer for sale yesterday, with a starting price of $4,999. High-end configuration can take the new device to over $13,000, with shipping dates varying from a few days to over a month.
The iMac Pro is currently available to purchase online, with orders shipping beginning late December, but customers who want to see the new device in the flesh will have to wait a little longer.
Apple has confirmed that the new device will be available to view and purchase in its Apple retail stores from next week, but at the moment, it’s unknown whether authorized resellers such as Best Buy will also have the new Mac on display in stores.
Apple stated this outright during the briefings yesterday.
— Rene Ritchie (@reneritchie) December 14, 2017
Rene Ritchie confirmed to MacRumors.com that Apple will release the new device in its retail locations; whether this is worldwide or only in select locations remains to be seen.
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