At its annual WWDC 2017 developer conference, Apple unveiled various new products, among which is the new iMac Pro. The new iMac Pro is aimed at professional users and packs some impressive specifications, such as 16-core Intel Xeon processor. The only problem, as we thought could be, is the price.
The base model starts at $4,999, but according to the folks at ZDNet, it could set you back a whopping $17,000. They have factored in things like how much is Apple charging for things like RAM, storage upgrades and based on all their calculations, a fully specced out iMac Pro would cost $17,299.