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by Jason Snell & Dan Moren

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The iMac Pro teardown you’ve been waiting for

iMac Pro teardown
You know you’re just aching to see what’s inside that fancy new iMac Pro. As always, the folks at iFixit were brave enough to carefully disassemble one and to document it for all of us. As you might expect, there’s bad news and good news.

The bad news is that the iMac Pro isn’t terribly upgradeable—at least, not compared to Macs of yore. The good news is that certain components, including the RAM and perhaps even the CPU, aren’t soldered into place, and you may even be able to swap out a few things yourself…provided you’re willing to crack the whole thing open in the first place.