At the Final Cut Pro Creative Summit in Cupertino this weekend, Apple gave fans an early hands-on preview of the upcoming iMac Pro, which is slated to go on sale later this year. According to CultofMac, Apple demoed the iMac Pro along with Final Cut Pro X 10.4, allowing event attendees to see its “most powerful Mac ever” being used for 8K video editing and virtual reality experiences.
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Clearly targeted at users that need a serious amount of computing performance, the iMac Pro is not only Apple’s most powerful all-in-one computer, but is also the first black iMac ever. It will ship with an 18-core Intel Xeon processor and Radeon Pro Vega graphics, with the baseline model starting at US $4,999.
The latest Final Cut Pro X 10.4 is expected to launch later this year while the iMac Pro should hit the stores in December.