Apple Inc. launched its latest iMac 2017 models earlier this month. Apple’s latest all-in-one #desktop computers will be available with major upgrades. Also, the Cupertino based tech titan announced the most powerful Mac ever, the iMac Pro. The #iMac Pro with top-end Intel Xeon processors is slated for a December release.

Although the tech giant is still half a year away to roll out the iMac Pro, this ridiculously powerful all-in-one Desktop computer is already creating a buzz. The tech titan claim that the Pro is the most powerful Mac ever created.

Apple only pitched in some of the specs and features of the new Pro during the tech company’s WWDC 2017 keynote, which is just enough to entice tech fans looking for a new iMac. However, new reports are claiming that the iMac Pro ever will be even more impressive than everybody expected.

Capabilities of Apple’s iMac Pro

The blog site, Pike’s Universum looked into macOS High Sierra’s code and dug up more details about the capabilities of Apple’s iMac Pro. Pike’s Universum is the same blog site that revealed the specs of iMac Pro months before the tech company actually confirmed the machine.

Apparently, Apple’s upcoming powerful machine will be available with a server-grade Skylake-EX as well as a Skylake-EP processor.

The iMac Pro will actually utilize Intel’s LGA3647 socket rather than the LGA2066 socket. This means the Pro line will not be available with Intel’s recent Core-X Skylake as well as the Kaby Lake processors.

Nevertheless, when Pike’s Universum revealed several details about the Pro back in April, the blog site made headlines.

While some of the iMac Pro specs proved to be true, certain particulars were incorrect.

Other expected specs

Other specs of Apple’s upcoming machine include a Radeon Pro Vega GPU alongside 16GB of HBM2 memory, up to 4TB of SSD, up to 128GB of ECC RAM, and 11 teraflops of single precision compute performance. The machine will also come with TP3 Retina 5K display with 5120x2880 pixel resolution.

Apple’s upcoming all-in-one desktop computer is also said to arrive with 4x Thunderbolt ports, 10Gb Ethernet, Bluetooth 4.2, a 1080p FaceTime camera, 11ac Wi-Fi, SDXC card slot, four beamforming mics and a louder audio.

Apple’s upcoming powerful machine could be having optional support for a Magic Keyboard with Touch ID as well as Touch Bar. The device will also have a future software update. However, when Apple’s new desktop launches in December, the device will have a $4,999 price tag.