Just as fans began to doubt Apple's commitment to computer hardware last year, the company revealed the iMac Pro -- a beast of a desktop that launched to critical acclaim in December. Thanks to early reviews, we know how well the iMac Pro runs, but on Tuesday, we learned more about its inside from iFixit's teardown report.
After unboxing the computer, the first step for iFixit was to remove the display. This is a fairly simple process, and as iFixit puts it, "if you can use a pizza cutter, you can open an iMac Pro." Inside is a stunningly organized arrangement of components, which you can see for yourself at the top of this post.
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iMac Pro teardown: This beast of a computer is a hassle to repair originally appeared on BGR.com on Tue, 2 Jan 2018 at 18:48:11 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.