Apple's New Mac Lineup, From Mini to iMac Pro: $799 to $13,199

With the updating of the Mac mini and MacBook Air this morning, here's a list of the wide range of Macs that Apple offers, from the new $799 mini up to the fully loaded iMac Pro at a credit-card busting price of $13,199. With the exception of the top-of-the-line iMac Pro, These are all stock configurations available online or at Apple Retail Stores, while custom configurations of processors, RAM, storage and graphics cards will change these prices significantly.


Mac mini


$799 - 3.6GHz 4-core 8th-gen Core i3, 128GB SSD, 8GB
$1,099 - 3.0GHz 6-core 8th-gen Core i5, 256GB SSD, 8GB

MacBook


$1,299 - 1.2GHz 2-core 7th-gen Core m3, 256GB SSD, 8GB
$1,599 - 1.3GHz 2-core 7th-gen Core i5, 512GB SSD, 8GB

MacBook Air


$999 - (old non-Retina) 1.8GHz 2-core 5th-gen Core i5, 128GB SSD, 8GB
$1,199 - 1.6GHz 2-core 8th-gen Core i5, 128GB SSD, 8GB
$1,399 - 1.6GHz 2-core 8th-gen Core i5, 256GB SSD, 8GB

MacBook Pro


$1,299 - 13-inch, 2.3GHz 2-core 7th-gen Core i5, 128GB SSD, 8GB
$1,499 - 13-inch, 2.3GHz 2-core 7th-gen Core i5, 256GB SSD, 8GB

$1,799 - 13-inch w/Touch Bar, 2.3GHz 4-core 8th-gen Core i5, 256GB SSD, 8GB
$1,999 - 13-inch w/Touch Bar, 2.3GHz 4-core 8th-gen Core i5, 512GB SSD, 8GB

$2,399 - 15-inch w/Touch Bar, 2.2GHz 6-core 8th-gen Core i7, 256GB SSD, 16GB
$2,799 - 15-inch w/Touch Bar, 2.6GHz 6-core 8th-gen Core i7, 512GB SSD, 16GB

iMac


$1,099 - 21-inch, non-Retina, 2.3GHz 2-core 7th-gen i5, 1TB HDD, 8GB
$1,299 - 21-inch, 3.0GHz 4-core 7th-gen Core i5, 1TB HDD, 8GB memory
$1,499 - 21-inch, 3.4GHz 4-core 7th-gen Core i5, 1TB Fusion, 8GB

$1,799 - 27-inch, 3.4GHz 4-core 7th-gen Core i5, 1TB Fusion, 8GB
$1,999 - 27-inch, 3.5GHz 4-core 7th-gen Core i5, 1TB Fusion, 8GB
$2,299 - 27-inch, 3.8GHz 4-core 7th-gen Core i5, 2TB Fusion, 8GB

Mac Pro


$2,999 - 3.5GHz 6-core Intel Xeon E5, 256GB SSD, 16GB
$3,999 - 3.0GHz 8-core Intel Xeon E5, 256GB SSD, 16GB

iMac Pro


$4,999 - 3.2GHz 8-core Intel Xeon W, 1TB SSD, 32GB, Radeon Pro Vega 56 w/8GB
$13,199 - 2.3GHz 18-core Intel Xeon W, 4TB SSD, 128GB, Radeon Pro Vega 64 w/16GB

With the revamp of the Mac mini and MacBook Air, the Mac Pro once again finds itself as the oldest machine in the lineup (aside from carryover legacy machines kept around for pricing reasons). The MacBook and iMac (and Pro) were last refreshed in 2017, so they're due for updates as well.



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3 weeks ago

Apple's macbook line up is such a mess.... Indecisive customers lead to overwhelmed customers which lead to non-customers.


Did those clowns learn nothing from their founder?

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3 weeks ago
Apple's macbook line up is such a mess.... Indecisive customers lead to overwhelmed customers which lead to non-customers.
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3 weeks ago
what a mess.

Jobs would cancel and melt down half that list straight away.
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3 weeks ago
I can't for the life of me figure out why the Macbook still needs to exist. They should have named the new Air "Macbook" and discontinued the old Macbook. Unless I'm missing something, the Macbook is slower, more expensive, lower resolution, less battery life, and less ports. What sense does it make to keep it around?
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3 weeks ago
I expected mini’s price to go up, but ouch. Not for those storage tiers either. I figured 256GB would be the floor, not 128GB. Apple has really jacked up pricing everywhere. I wonder how much is driven by Intel pricing and shortages.
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3 weeks ago
"credit-card busting price of $13,199"

Oh my. (George Takei voice)
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3 weeks ago
Where’s the iMac chip refresh? Seriously?
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3 weeks ago
2 core CPU and 128 GB SSD in late 2018 while similar Asus Zenbooks have Intel Whiskey Lake CPUs and you can buy 16GB RAM and SSD 512GB config without selling your kidneys.

Dell T5820 workstation with beast 10 core Intel Xeon CPU, 64GB RAM DDR4 ECC 2666 and 1TB NVMe PCIe cost $4165 (3760 EUR) after all taxes and Dell gave few hundred $ discount for CPU (normally it cost about $1000). 3Yr NBD warranty.

Apple prices are insane especially if they are claim that they use recycled materials like aluminium or tin. In such case product price should be lower comparing competitor products. Amazing Apple recycling!
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3 weeks ago
"Mac Pro

$2,999 - 3.5GHz 6-core Intel Xeon E5, 256GB SSD, 16GB
$3,999 - 3.0GHz 8-core Intel Xeon E5, 256GB SSD, 16GB"

$4K for a chipset from 2012... that's discontinued! Where the F is your shame Apple??
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2 core CPU and 128 GB SSD in late 2018 while similar Asus Zenbooks have Intel Whiskey Lake CPUs and you can buy 16GB RAM and SSD 512GB config without selling your kidneys.

Dell T5820 workstation with beast 10 core Intel Xeon CPU, 64GB RAM DDR4 ECC 2666 and 1TB NVMe PCIe cost $4165 (3760 EUR) after all taxes and Dell gave few hundred $ discount for CPU (normally it cost about $1000). 3Yr NBD warranty.

Apple prices are insane especially if they are claim that they use recycled materials like aluminium or tin. In such case product price should be lower comparing competitor products. Amazing Apple recycling!


It's amazing how much BS Apple under Tim Cook can recycle.
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lol, Did you travel here from 1997? Every PC user made that same argument... Didn't seem to stop us from buying macs.


No, they didn't. Please go back and look at MacWorlds presented by Steve: he constantly compared Apple's prices to comprable PC's... and sometimes the Apple products were better priced. It's in the last 7-ish years that Apple has gotten more and more insane in their pricing, culminating in the utterly ridiculous release of the Mac mini today. I would ask if Tim & Co. are ashamed of themselves, but they have no shame.
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3 weeks ago
Some people really want that ultra small laptop form factor, and Apple happily provides. We know enough about Apple to know they would have killed it if it were just languishing on shelves.

The biggest disappointment about the Mini is it removes its ability to be used as a media server for many, as optical digital in and out are now gone.
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