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iMac 2017, Mac Pro News: Apple Remodeling iMac 2017 To Cater More Mac Pro Customers; iMac 2017 Launches This Year [VIDEO]


Tech fans and experts are anticipating that Apple Inc. will launch the iMac 2017 within this year. The iMac 2017 is reportedly remodeled to capture more of the tech giant's Mac Pro customers. Meanwhile, as the development of the new modular Mac Pro, the device is at least a year away.

Apple's vice presidents Craig Federighi, John Ternus and Phil Schiller made it known that Apple is remodeling the upcoming iMac 2017 to cater more to its Mac Pro market. This is for the reason that the Cupertino based tech titan is working on a new Mac Pro design that rolls out in 2018.

Although the Apple reps refused to share much else about the upgrade of the iMac 2017, Schiller did mention that tech enthusiasts who appreciate Apple's MacBooks will fall in love with the upcoming iMac 2017. The iMac 2017 seeks to play right into the tech company's PC strengths, Learn Bonds reported.

Apple fans who are eagerly waiting for the new iMac 2017 should be excited since Federighi confirmed that the tech titan has put a lot of their energy behind the device. Nonetheless, the tech company did not reveal the launch date of the new iMac model.

Although Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) events usually feature hardwares and new operating system updates, the opportunity to launch the iMac 2017 in their March event has already passed. If the launch of the iMac 2017 doesn't push through in June, tech fans will still be waiting for the device in September with the Apple's autumn event.

On the other hand, Apple executives made it known that the Cupertino based tech giant is working on an updated Mac Pro that comes along with a revamped modular design to cater regular component upgrades. As the development of the updated Mac Pro has just started, the upcoming Apple device is at least a year away, Mac Rumors reported.

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