If there's one thing to learn from the ongoing Apple Worldwide Developers Conference or WWDC 2017, it's that it's never too early to make Christmas wishlists. The tech giant unveiled interesting new iterations of some of their biggest offerings, including the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro with the A10X Fusion chip, the upcoming iOS 11, the iMac, Macbook Pro, macOS High Sierra, watchOS 4, Homepod, and the super sleek and powerful iMac Pro, which has a new attractive look.

iMac Pro offers unparalleled performance

One of the most awesome things about the Apple iMac Pro is its hardware.

Inside it, users can find as much as 18-core Xeon processors, making it the most powerful desktop to come from the tech giant ever. According to the press release, it features up to 22 Teraflops of graphics computation, making it powerful enough for those who do more with their desktops.

It comes with a 27-inch Retina 5K display and is enclosed in a gorgeous new space gray body. Apple boasts of its performance for advanced graphics editing, virtual reality content creation, and real-time 3D rendering. Apple VP of Hardware Engineering John Ternus explained that they had to overhaul the computer's internal system make room for a new thermal architecture to support its powerful hardware capabilities.

Amped up cooling capacity to support hardware processes

One of the downsides to having powerful computers is the heat it generates. That's why Apple has overhauled the iMac Pro, to ensure that the cooling system can support the powerful hardware processes of the computer. Despite its sleek, thin design, the new iMac Pro still delivers 80% more cooling capacity.

Displays for utter viewing pleasure

During the WWDC 2017, Apple showed off the new iMac Pro using a VR game with Darth Vader, a lightsaber, and TIE Fighter, The Verge reported. This showcases just how important it is for Apple to have exemplary displays. The new iMac Pro is powered by the new Radeon Pro Vega GPU and is supported by 16GB of on-package high-bandwidth memory (HBM2), delivering up to 11 Teraflops of single precision compute power for real-time 3D rendering.

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This results in an amazing high frame rate VR. Meanwhile, it is also powerful enough to support at most 4TB of SSD and 128GB of ECC memory. This makes working and gaming even more exciting, as pictures and videos will appear crisp and clear. The new iMac Pro will come with a $5,000 price tag and will be available this December.