Apple’s iMac updates weren’t the one adjustments the corporate made at this time. With much less fanfare, it additionally lowered the price of SSD upgrades for the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini. It reduced the fee to improve the 2013 Mac Pro RAM, too. MacRumors had first noticed these modifications. Whereas they make the priciest SSD upgrades cheaper, the extra cheap upgrades — those most individuals would possibly really purchase — have not modified.
Now you can improve the bottom model MacBook Air to the 1.5TB SSD for $1,100, $100 lower than earlier than. When you select the MacBook Air with 256GB, upgrading to the 1.5TB SSD may even price $100 much less, or $900 whole. Upgrading the bottom Mac mini to 2TB will price $1,400, which is $200 lower than beforehand listed.
It is now $200 cheaper to improve each the bottom- and excessive-finish MacBook Pro, 13-inch fashions to the 2TB SSD. And you may upgrade each 15-inch MacBook Pro fashions to the 2TB SSD for $200 much less or to the 4TB SSD for $400 much less.
As for the Mac Professional RAM, Apple lastly lowered the associated fee to improve RAM within the 2013 Mac Pro (in the event you’re shopping for one for some unwell-suggested cause). Now you can upgrade the 2013 Mac Professional from 16GB of RAM to 64GB of RAM for $800. That is down $400 from the unique worth of $1,200. Reminiscence prices have declined because the Mac Pro was launched, so it is about time they go some financial savings on to consumers.
These value reductions are perhaps welcome by individuals who discovered as we speak iMac updates to be a bit lackluster. As we reported earlier, the processors and GPUs on the 21.5- and 27-inch iMacs modified; however, the design and storage choices remained identical.