Apple iMac Pro Price in Singapore & Specifications

If you’re looking for a powerful desktop computer for work or school, then the Apple iMac Pro would be something you need. This computer features a 5K display, 1TB of memory, and a whole lot of style built into one device. Find out more about the Apple iMac Pro specs and prices below.

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If you’re looking for a powerful desktop computer for work or school, then the Apple iMac Pro would be something you need. This computer features a 5K display, 1TB of memory, and a whole lot of style built into one device. Find out more about the Apple iMac Pro specs and prices below.

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Cheapest Apple iMac Pro Price in Singapore is S$ 7,434.00

The Apple iMac Pro is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Apple iMac Pro price in Singapore is S$ 7,434.00 from Qoo10. Apple iMac Pro price details are updated May 2021.

Apple iMac Pro Specs

Processor Type Intel Xeon
Operating System macOS 10.13 High Sierra
Bit Architecture 64BIT
Processor Clock Speed 2.5GHz
Processor Manufacturer Intel
Number of Processing Cores 14
Graphics Chipset AMD
Graphics Memory 16000MB
Memory Type DDR4
Memory Clock Speed 2666MHz
SSD Capacity 4096GB
HDD Capacity 128GB
Hard Drive Type HDD
Number of Installed Hard Drives 1
Optical Drive
Read Write No
Optical Drives Type No
Colour Grey
Weight 9.7kg
Dimensions (W x H x D) 650 x 203 x 516mm
Connector Ports
Headphone/Mic Yes
USB 2.0 1
USB Type-C No
USB 3.0 4
Input Device
Monitor Yes
Mouse No
Keyboard Yes

Apple iMac Pro Prices, Specs, and Features in Singapore

Apple iMac Pro - A Heavyweight Desktop Computer

They may have a lot of haters but there’s no denying that Apple is one of the biggest tech companies out there. Besides their smartphone, the brand is also a pioneer when it comes to computers and has revolutionized the whole industry. Their new iMac Pro is what everyone is talking about right now and for good reason.

Massive Storage

One of the many features that you can find in an Apple iMac Pro is its massive storage. It’s not just 512GB but a whopping 1TB of internal storage which can be configured to 2TB or 4TB SSD. If you love to collect Blu-Ray movies or store huge data in your computer such as high-resolution audio, videos or photos, then you would certainly love the Apple iMac Pro.

Immersive Display

Apple always takes the extra mile when it comes to their display specifications as evident on their iPhones. As such, the iMac Pro is armed with a 5K Retina Display within 27 inches of its screen. In addition, it also has a 5120x2880 resolution which supports a billion colors with 500 nits of brightness. There’s no wonder why graphic artists, photographers, and video editors choose an iMac for their line of work.

Exquisite Graphics

Apart from its immersive display, the Apple iMac Pro also has brilliant graphics specs to support such a massive screen. The Apple iMac Pro’s screen is powered by Vega 56 Radeon Pro Vega 56 graphics processor with 8GB of HBM2 memory. Furthermore, it has 56 compute units, 3584 stream processors, 9 teraflops single precision, and 18 teraflops half precision to bring out the

Dynamic Processors

Another thing that sets the Apple iMac Pro apart from other brands is its powerful processors. This desktop computer is run by an 8-core 3.2GHz Intel Xeon W with Turbo Boost up to 4.2GHz and a 19MB cache. Furthermore, you can also set it up a notch with 10-core, 14-core, and 18-core processors depending on your preference.

Sleek Design

Perhaps the most stunning feature about the Apple iMac Pro is its sleek and contemporary design. The iMac Pro is so thin that you would never think that the whole computer is built into the monitor itself. The overall design provides a simple and elegant look that always stands out compared to other units.

Reviews of Apple iMac Pro
Reviewed on 2021-01-15
January 15th, 2021 by rob-ART morgan, mad scientistHow does the Apple M1 MacBook Pro compare to the 8-core iMac Pro?GRAPH LEGENDiMac Pro = 2017 iMac Pro, 8-core 3.2GHz Xeon W CPU, 32GB RAM, Pro Vega 64 GPU, macOS CatalinaM1 MacBook Pro = 2020...
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Reviewed on 2020-08-15
August 15th, 2020 by rob-ART morgan, mad scientistCan the 2020 iMac 5K 8-core keep up with the 2017 iMac Pro 5K 8-core?GRAPH LEGEND2017 iMac Pro 8-core = 2017 iMac Pro 5K with 3.2GHz 8-core Xeon W-2140B CPU, 32GB 2666MHz DDR4 ECC memory, Radeon...
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Reviewed on 2019-04-25
April 25th, 2019 by rob-ART morgan, mad scientistCan a 2019 iMac i9 replace your 'legacy' Mac Pro? It depends on what you run.GRAPH LEGENDiMac 8-core i9 + Vega 48 = 2019 iMac 27-inch, 3.6GHz 8-core Intel Core i9 processor, 32GB 2666MHz DDR4 memory...
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Reviewed on 2019-04-17
April 19th, 2019 by rob-ART morgan, mad scientistMore of how the 'high-end' 2019 iMac 27-inch performs compares to the 'low-end' 2017 iMac Pro.GRAPH LEGENDiMac 8-core i9 = 2019 iMac 27-inch, 3.6GHz 8-core Intel Core i9 processor, 32GB 2666MHz DDR4 m...
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Reviewed on 2018-07-01
great chassis, good performance utilization, usually very quiet operation, good speakers, very comprehensive port selection, very good 5K screen, fast SD card reader
limited maintenance, limited service offers, cooling performance under maximum load, enormous prices for hardware options, tricky port access, screen calibration could be better ex-works
iMac for professionals!? Apple's iMac is a popular all-in-one system in two different sizes, but it is primarily designed for private users. Professionals only got the Mac Pro so far, but Apple now sells a pro version of the iMac with Intel Xeon CPU and A...
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Reviewed on 2018-06-19
June 19th, 2018, by rob-ART morgan, mad scientistHave you wondered what Turbo Boost does to performance?(screenshot of CPU Frequency from Intel Power Gadget)GRAPH LEGENDTurbo Boost ON - iMac Pro* running Cinebench CPU render with Turbo Boost ena...
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Reviewed on 2018-05-29
Photo: Magnus PetterssonDespite the iMac moniker, the iMac Pro is a very impressive machine. Is it the computer that Mac‑based musicians and audio engineers have been waiting for?I don't think it would be unfair to suggest that Apple's strategy for pr...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-07
Professional-grade processing and graphics powe, Enormous amounts of memor, Sleek design comes in Space Gra, Excellent display
Not user-upgradabl, No HDMI port, No height adjustmen, Mouse is inoperable when charging
Apple's iMac Pro is the most powerful Mac the company has ever sold, and the best bit of hardware it's offered professionals in a long time. While plenty of tech products have the "Pro" tag added to their model name to signify professional-grade component...
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Reviewed on 2018-03-01
For the last few weeks, I've been testing the worst iMac Pro you can buy — $4999 eight-core, 1 terabyte version of Apple's iMac Pro. And here's how it went...
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Reviewed on 2018-02-19
Workstation performance in slimline AIO design, Highquality 5K display, Up to 18core Xeon W CPU, macOS now supports HTC's Vive headset
Very expensive, Poor upgradeability/repair options, Integrated display, inflexible nonmodular design
Apple unveiled the new iMac Pro at its World Wide Developer Conference last June, and the high-end AIO desktop subsequently shipped in small volumes -- more or less on schedule -- towards the end of December last year. But, aware of the unease among its p...
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Reviewed on 2018-02-16
have the same 27-inch, 5120×2880-pixel LCD display at 500 nits of brightness. It's an eight-bit panel, and spatial and temporal dithering are at play here. It's exactly the same display you get with the standard 27-inch 5K iMac, and that's OK, You can als...
Prohibitively expensive for most users, The graphics solution needs scalability—it's just not enough for high-end 3D modeling, among other things, To that point, GPU technology is moving quickly, but the eGPU upgrade path is not yet open, The Apple Magic...
Some high-end professional Mac users are frustrated, and they have been for years.The current Mac Pro received a lukewarm reception when it began shipping in 2013, and it has been preserved in amber ever since. The MacBook Pro went with few substantial up...
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Reviewed on 2018-01-25
Intel Xeon CPU and AMD Radeon Vega offer serious computing power, Gorgeous design in Space Gray extends to the wireless peripherals
Pricey, Performance gains depend upon workflow, Uncomfortable keyboard
The most cynical of creative professionals—even those who have been using Apple computers their entire careers—might warily sum up the new iMac Pro ($4,999) as an answer to their calls for more horsepower, rather than a revolutionary computer like the pio...
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Reviewed on 2017-12-31
in stock or shipping soon, iMac Pro 8C (3.2GHz 32GB 1TB Vega 56) for $4,999.00 @B&H *, ($400 off in tax outside NY & NJ) - Expected to ship Jan. 8, iMac Pro 8C (3.2GHz 32GB 1TB Vega 56) for $4,999.00 @Abt **, ($400 off in tax outside IL, IN, MI & WI & 0%...
No access to RAM slots without voiding warranty, Price goes north quickly if upgrading components, Fan stays too even under extended load, Where to buy, Apple authorized resellers are now shipping select iMac Pro configurations with no tax in most states,...
Apple's new, high-end iMac Pro packs a ton of power into a svelte, all-in-one desktop machine. Its performance and style are more than enough to impress, giving professional users a much-needed workhorse option in the Mac lineup —provided you can stomach...
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Reviewed on 2017-12-12
Apple earlier today confirmed that the company's long-anticipated iMac Pro will be available on December 14th, though it remains unclear if that's a pre-order date or if units will be available for pickup by then. Either way, the larger takeaway here is t...
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Reviewed on 2018-01-22
Leave a commentFor the Mac faithful, the iMac Pro is Apple's most important product in years. The lack of updates to 2013's "Trashcan" Mac Pro convinced many in the community that Apple had all but given up on the Mac, and certainly the pro market. This n...
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