T2 Chip In Apple’s New Mac Computers Are Reportedly Causing Problems

One of the new hardware features that Apple introduced to its Mac computers back in 2017 was the T2 chip in the iMac Pro. Apple then brought the chip over to the 2018 MacBook Pro laptops which seemed like a good thing, but now a report from Digital Trends is suggesting that it might be causing more problems than solving them.


Apple’s Space Grey iMac Pro Accessories Can Now Be Bought Separately

When Apple unveiled the iMac Pro, they introduced it in a space grey finish that helped to set it apart from the regular iMac. This included the chassis of the computer, the keyboard, mouse, and trackpad. Initially Apple did not sell these accessories separate from the iMac Pro, resulting in some opportunists who took to eBay where they sold these accessories for thousands.


Video Compares $14,000 iMac Pro VS Fully-Specced iMac

In 2017 Apple announced the iMac Pro which is an iMac designed for professionals who want a more space-saving desktop to work on. While its all-in-one design is space-saving, that’s pretty much all the saving that it will do because a fully-specced out iMac will set customers back as much as $14,000, but is it worth it?


iMac Pro Teardown Reveals Possible A10 Fusion Co-Processor

Ahead of the iMac Pro being released, there were rumors that the computer could come with a new chipset that has never been found in a Mac computer – an A10 Fusion co-processor. If you’re wondering why this sounds familiar, basically this is the same chipset found in the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.


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iMac Pro Store Pickups Now Possible

Apple unveiled the iMac Pro last year and promised to release the machine before the end of this year. The iMac Pro went on sale in mid-December and the company started shipping the units by December 27th. It was not possible to reserve a unit for pickup at an Apple Store initially but customers can do that now. The iMac Pro is now available for store pickup in several markets […]


iMac VS iMac Pro in Speakers, FaceTime Camera

If there is one gripe that many iMac and MacBook owners have is that the front-facing camera installed on their computers is definitely not up to par with some of the third-party options out there. For example for a computer that can display a 5K resolution, the FaceTime camera on the iMac is a measly HD.


Space Grey iMac Pro Accessories Spotted On eBay For $2,500

What sets the new iMac Pro apart from the regular iMac? For those who are more keenly-eyed, the lack of a back panel which on the iMac would have allowed users to swap/upgrade the RAM on the computer themselves. However we suppose the more obvious difference is that the iMac Pro is being offered in a Space Grey finish.


iMac Pro’s RAM Can Only Be Upgraded By Apple, Authorized Service Provider

More often than not, it is usually cheaper to upgrade your computer yourself by purchasing parts from outside rather than directly from your computer maker. The only downside is that it isn’t covered by your warranty (and might void your warranty) and you’ll have to do it yourself, which can be daunting for users who aren’t familiar with the process.


A Fully-Specced iMac Pro Will Cost A Whopping $14,000

We already knew that the iMac Pro would not come cheap. When Apple finally announced the computer’s availability, it was also revealed that its starting price was at $4,999, which puts it well beyond the reach of the average computer user. Then again it does pack some impressive hardware and a custom T2 chip for enhanced security.


iMac Pro Goes On Sale, Shipments Arrive December 27th

Many power users who swear by the iMac have been waiting to get their hands on the new iMac Pro. The company had promised to release the powerful new iMac before the end of this year and it’s going to follow through on the promise. Apple has now started selling the iMac Pro online and shipments are slated to arrive by December 27th.


iMac Pro Appears To Feature New T2 Chip For Extra Security

While on the surface the iMac Pro might seem like just a very souped up version of the regular iMac, it appears that Apple was serious when they said that they were designing it for professionals. Apple touts various impressive hardware specs on the iMac Pro’s website, but there are also some features that they did not mention.


Apple’s iMac Pro Will Be Available December 14, 2017

We have been hearing reports that despite us being in the second week of December, that the iMac Pro is still on track for a release by the end of the year. The good news is that if you were eyeing the computer, you’ll be pleased to learn that Apple has confirmed the iMac Pro’s availability for the 14th of December, 2017.


iMac Pro Could Still Be On Track For Release Before Christmas

Apple’s iMac Pro was announced earlier this year and it was expected to see a release before the end of the year. Given that we’re in the second week of December and there is still no word from Apple, it’s safe to say that many are assuming that the iMac Pro might only see a 2018 release.


Google Search Suggests iMac Pro Will Launch December 18

When Apple launched the iMac Pro, they did not mention when the computer would be available for purchase, save that it would be released in 2018. However it seems that we might have a date on our hands, thanks to a recent Google Search listing in which it suggests that the computer could be launched on the 18th of December, 2017.