iMac Pro appearance, Moneyspire, best horror games, Park visitor centre complete

iMac Pro used for demo station, photographed at Final Cut Pro X Creative Summit — Apple’s iMac Pro made an appearance at the Final Cut Pro Creative Summit, with users at the gathering using it for rendering and demonstrations of the newly-announced update to the video composition suite. Twitter user Chris Fenwick took a shot of the device, calling it “beautiful” and capable of playing un-rendered 8K footage in a Timeline in the updated Final Cut Pro X.
It’s is the only Mac all-in-one available in space grey, though some hope that changes next year.
The upcoming iMac Pro has a 27-inch Retina 5K display, next generation Intel Xeon processors up to 18 cores, up to 22 Teraflops of graphics computation, up to 16GB of VRAM, up to 128GB of memory, built-in Ethernet, and support for one billion colors — is the most powerful Mac ever made. Unfortunately, since pricing starts at US$4999.

Moneyspire 2018 released for macOS and iOS — Moneyspire Inc. has announced Moneyspire 2018, the company’s personal finance software for Mac, Windows and iOS. It allows you to organize your transactions and see where your money is going.
With Moneyspire, you can keep track of your bank accounts, credit cards and more. You can also set bill reminders and see all your upcoming payments. A demo is available for download. Pricing is US$59.90 (about NZ$87).

The 10 best horror games for the Mac — Halloween is tomorrow. While I was looking for killer horror games myself, Ric Molina realised the best horror games support macOS.
Which means you won’t have a problem finding something right up your alley. Do you prefer first-person, top-down, story driven or action-packed games? No problem, these 10 games cover most genres and play styles.

Apple Park visitors center complete, slated to open before end of 2017 — The visitor’s centre on the new Apple Park is complete, with a travel-oriented publication detailing the facility scheduled to open before the end of the year.