• How to restore your iMac Pro

    7 monthes ago - By iMore

    If your iMac Pro becomes unresponsive, you might need to restore it using Apple Configurator 2 and another Mac.
    Apple is now offering some instructions for iMac Pro owners who might find that their new Mac becomes unresponsive under certain circumstances, including a power failure during an update. If something like this occurs, you'll need to restore your iMac Pro. To restore your iMac Pro, you'll need to put it into Device Firmware Update mode and to do that, you're going to need a few things.
    First things first, you're going to need access to a second Mac running the latest version of...
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  • That revamped Mac Pro is still in the works, Apple reminds us

    That revamped Mac Pro is still in the works, Apple reminds us

    7 monthes ago - By Tech Radar

    In the very same breath as its iMac Pro availability press release was uttered, Apple slipped in a reminder to the world that an overhaul to its Mac Pro desktop is still in development. Oh, and that homemade professional display is in the works, too. Unfortunately, Apple didn't take the opportunity to divulge any new information regarding either product - simply that it hasn't forgot about it. And, if you read between the lines a bit, it's clear Apple doesn't want you to forget, either. Here's what the company said specifically: “In addition to the new iMac Pro, Apple is working on a...
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  • Restoring a Bricked iMac Pro Requires a Second Mac and Configurator 2

    Restoring a Bricked iMac Pro Requires a Second Mac and Configurator 2

    7 monthes ago - By Mac Rumors

    If an iMac Pro becomes unresponsive and requires restoring, like if there's a power failure during a software update, there are a special set of instructions iMac Pro users must follow, which require a secondary Mac.
    As outlined in an Apple Configurator 2 support page , an iMac Pro restore requires a second Mac running macOS High Sierra with internet access and Apple Configurator 2.6 or later installed.
    The iMac Pro will need to be connected to the secondary Mac with a Thunderbolt or USB-A or USB-C to USB-C cable. From there, iMac Pro users will need to plug the cable into the Thunderbolt...
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