Apple Authorized Service Providers Can Upgrade RAM in the New iMac Pro

Apple Authorized Service Providers Can Upgrade RAM in the New iMac Pro

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The new iMac Pro does not have a way for users to easily upgrade their RAM; however, an Apple Authorized Service Provider will be able to perform the upgrade for you, according to iMore's Rene Ritchie.

"You can’t upgrade RAM yourself but you can take it to an Apple Store or certified service center and they can upgrade for you," Ritchie recently tweeted.

When asked if this was confirmed by Apple, he replied, "Yes. Any service center, Apple or indie, can upgrade the RAM on iMac Pro post-purchase."

The new iMac Pro comes with a base 32GB of RAM. An upgrade to 128GB of RAM costs a whopping $2400USD. If you don't need the extra RAM immediately, you may want to consider pushing this cost down the road. Additionally, your service provider may be willing to source some cheaper RAM.

Disassembling the iMac Pro to upgrade the RAM yourself is likely to void your warranty.

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Apple Authorized Service Providers Can Upgrade RAM in the New iMac Pro
alexpaul - March 1, 2018 at 8:42am
This is great news. Upgrading the RAM of iMac has been always a headache. Not all the service providers were able to provide this upgradation facility. Only direct service centers had this service as of now. Changing this method is indeed a great boon. click to find out more
sleeky - February 6, 2018 at 1:06am
I'm not much of a tech person but upgrading RAM is a big deal but it seems kind of expensive. My big question is What to get him for valentine
choiminzi - December 18, 2017 at 2:48pm
Why would anyone want to go from Evernote to OneNote?! F**k Microsoft. If they wanted to make something useful they'd make a utility to go from OneNote to Evernote, but they'd find a way to screw that up too. Worst crap software EVER. happy wheels
SaraWebDesigner - December 16, 2017 at 5:43pm
Great news from Apple considering user demand for customizing according to their need. It would increase work more for mobile app developers
justabrake - December 16, 2017 at 1:06am
for $5000 it should be already maxed out
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