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Goodbye, iMac Pro ... and good riddance!

The Weekender
The iMac Pro was sleek and fast and capable and ultimately … uninspired.
That’s Cult of Mac writer Luke Dormehl’s take on Apple’s recently expired pro all-in-one. He serves up a compelling “Dear John” letter to a weird period in Mac history. And it doubles as a lovingly hopeful look at what the future holds.
I think it makes for an enjoyable weekend read. And if you want to peer even deeper into the Cupertino crystal ball, we’ve got a hot mess of new rumors and leaks as we speed toward a probable Apple event later this month.
— Lewis Wallace, managing editor

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