Apple will discontinue the iMac Pro desktop computer. The company is currently selling a basic configuration on its website that says “while supply continues.” You will no longer be able to configure your computer and the only option available is the default configuration.
This change was first recognized by 9to5Mac. Apple then confirmed that it would discontinue the product after the supply to The Verge was cut off.
The iMac Pro was a more powerful version of the standard iMac. It had a workstation-grade Intel Xeon processor with ECC memory and AMD Radeon Pro graphics. The iMac Pro had better cooling performance than the standard iMac and was offered in a dedicated space grey colour with matching accessories.
Launched in 2017, the iMac Pro was always a bit of a temporary solution before the company started developing the Mac Pro. Currently, both iMacs and Mac Pros are expected to switch to Apple Silicon, so there’s not much need to have a separate iMac Pro in the lineup.