I absolutely love this song. It’s one of my all-time favorites.
Not much to it.
Apple released an update for its professional music software Logic Pro on Thursday, which adds support for the iMac Pro including support for up to 36 cores. You can download the update by going to the App Store on your Mac and checking for updates.
Marques Brownlee has had the new iMac Pro for about a week. In the video embedded below, he shows it off, shares his first impressions.
If you are in the market, this is absolutely worth your time.
Couple of notes here:
Important to note that the new iMac Pro is not user upgradable. So if you are ordering, future proof best you can.
Marques priced out a home built PC using the iMac Pro parts (or similarly specced parts where the actual parts are not yet available) and came up with a price of $5100. Comparing that to the iMac Pro base price of $4999, my take is that the iMac Pro is fairly priced.
The fact that I cannot upgrade over time is an issue for me, though I suspect iFixit will eventually sell a kit to get me inside and 3rd parties will sell parts to upgrade. Eventually.
The iMac Pro is very quiet, runs cool. That’s impressive, given the high end workstation grade parts jammed in to that svelte enclosure.
The first one, Adapts to Your Face, shows what happens if you emulate Jim and grow out your inner beard. iPhone X still knows it’s you.
The second, Opens with a Glance, is a bit generic, a collage of faces.
The third, Introducing Portrait Lighting, is easily the most powerful of the new spots, showing off the powerful Portrait Lighting effects, with the tagline: “Studio-quality portraits without the studio.” Well done.