iMac Pro is 'currently unavailable' from Apple in the US, Canada [u]

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The iMac Pro is currently listed as unavailable on the Apple Online Store in the U.S. and Canada, suggesting that supplies of the machine are running dry.

This comes just a couple of days after Apple announced that it had discontinued the iMac Pro. Apple said that the model would only be available in a single configuration "while supplies last."

In the U.S. and Canada, the iMac Pro is listed as "currently unavailable." In other regions, such as Europe and Asia-Pacific, it's still available with shipping estimates between two to three weeks.

It's possible that remaining iMac Pro models will come back in stock, though because the device has been discontinued, users who are interested in buying one should do so sooner than later.

The iMac Pro debuted in 2017 and has not received any refreshes since then. In its place are machines like the 27-inch iMac and the 2019 Mac Pro.

Apple is rumored to be working on a redesigned iMac with slimmer bezels and an overall form factor akin to the Pro Display XDR. It isn't clear if Apple is going to refresh the iMac Pro specifically alongside other models.

Update: Authorized resellers including Amazon have also run out of stock.

Update 6:44 p.m. EST: Apple is showing limited stock in the U.S.