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Old 6th July 2016
Gear Maniac
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I think part of the issue is that high-end iMacs have been gradually cannibalizing Mac Pro sale.

Up until around 10 years ago, iMacs were considered family/consumer computers. Hardly anyone did professional audio production on an iMac, unless you count Garageband.

Today, a high-end iMac Retina is a powerful workstation that can easily handle large projects, at half the price of a Mac Pro. Quite a few people are running Logic on an iMac.

Unless you are doing film production, or something very intensive, you can usually get away with a high-end iMac now.