Apple to stop selling iMac Pro's base models
Once the supplies of the base model of the iMac Pros run out it will no longer be available on the market from Apple. You may try to buy it from third-party vendors like Amazon.
The American multinational technology company, Apple will stop selling older iMac Pro base models soon in lieu to launch a new range of iMacs.
According to The Verge, the company is on its way out to stop selling its currently available iMac models as the official website of the Apple store is showing the product prize tagged as $4,999 with a configuration, "while supplies last".
Apple confirmed to The Verge that once the supplies of the base model will run out, iMac Pro will no longer be available in the market. However, third parties like Amazon may still be left with the product.
The company is anticipated to introduce a redesigned iMac model which will be a revamp of the Mac Pro sometime this year.
Apple's last 27-inch iMac product was introduced in August 2017, with an eye towards gaming, VR, high-end editing and graphics work. It replaced the outdated Mac Pro line and proved to be one of its most popular products amongst professional iMac users.