What you need to know
- Apple discontinued the iMac Pro earlier in March.
- The model that was for sale 'While supplies last' has finally run out.
Just days after confirming it would discontinue the iMac Pro, stocks for the remaining configuration sold by Apple have been depleted.
Earlier this month, Apple confirmed that the iMac Pro is being discontinued. The standard configuration of the computer has remained available "while supplies last," but even this configuration is out of stock again in multiple countries.
Apple's online store lists the iMac Pro as "Currently Unavailable" in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, Italy, Spain, Portugal, and select other countries. The standard iMac Pro remains available across much of the rest of Europe and Asia, but with lengthy shipping estimates. It's likely that iMac Pro availability will continue to fluctuate, but the end of the line is clearly in sight for the computer.
As the report notes, the iMac Pro seems to be depleted in both the U.S. and Canada as well as Australia, Italy, Spain, and Portugal, however, it is still available in other locations, as well as from Apple's refurbished store.
Apple confirmed to multiple outlets on March 6 that it would discontinue the iMac Pro once supplies had run out, after limiting sales to just one configuration with the 'While supplies last' designation. Despite the death of best Mac desktop for most Pros, 2021 is actually set to be a great year for iMac, with all signs pointing to a brand spanking new 2021 iMac featuring a major design overhaul (think Pro Display XDR), next-generation Apple silicon and perhaps even new colors on the way later this year.