Well, I thought this would be a good companion thread to the iMac speculation wish list as it is now clear as Phil Schiller said “We’re going to begin making configurations of iMac specifically with the pro customer in mind.” Which is a bit more information than Tim Cook gave us when he said they have big plans for the desktop and the pro customer is very important. Considering the development of a new iMac Pro has to take 2+ years, think about what Apple was looking at a year or two ago in terms of chip roadmaps and more. This means potentially 1. CPUs with more than 4 cores. Skylake X is a possibility. But will it be perceived as a step beck even though Kaby Lake doesn't offer many performance gains? (except in h265, which is a huge thing) 2. Higher end GPUs. Does this mean the Nvidia 1080 or something like it? Or more likely one of the new AMD chips? 3. A change in form factor? Is a pro machine 30" or 32" Is it higher than 5K? Speculate on a release date. Perhaps the usual October time frame? Think about the Mac Pro and what Pro means to Apple in terms of components (looking back at 2013). But they know they made a mistake in the the Mac Pro wasn't even reconfigurable FROM THEIR END. If they wanted to bump graphics or CPU from the original configurations, they ended up with thermal problems. That is a mistake they don't want to make again. Remember a Pro customer is not a gaming customer. A Pro Customer, to my mind, essentially uses the Adobe Suite: Film Editing, Special Effects, Design, Layout, Illustrator. They will not add touch, but using an iPad Pro as a pencil input would seem to be a no brainer in addition to the keyboard. A specific jog wheel controller for video editors makes sense, but is unlikely.