Apple Drops Prices on High-End Storage Upgrades for iMac, iMac Pro, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and Mac Pro

Alongside a refresh of the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro this morning, Apple has also dropped the price on high-end storage upgrades across the Mac lineup. This includes the iMac, iMac Pro, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and even the soon-to-be-discontinued Mac Pro.

For the most part, 1TB SSD upgrades have dropped by $200 on the ‌iMac‌, ‌MacBook Pro‌, and ‌Mac mini‌; and 2TB SSD upgrades have dropped by $400 on the ‌Mac mini‌ and ‌MacBook Pro‌. The ultra high-end 4TB SSD upgrade for the ‌MacBook Pro‌ has dropped by $1400.

For the ‌iMac Pro‌, 2TB SSD upgrades have been marked down by $200, while the 4TB SSD upgrade has dropped by $1200.

The updates continue into the old ‌Mac Pro‌ as well, with the 1TB upgrade dropping by $200. Apple has also removed the 64GB RAM option for the ‌Mac Pro‌ from its store, and made this model only available in 16GB and 32GB options.

Head to to see more of the changes to high-end upgrades on the Mac.

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8 months ago
Now the price for SSD storage is only super expensive, reduced from insanely expensive.
Rating: 127 Votes
8 months ago
Seems like people did vote with their wallet ;)
Rating: 67 Votes
8 months ago
Prices still are quite inflated, but finally more reasonable.

Fusion Drive should've been dropped entirely as well.
Rating: 51 Votes
8 months ago
This still seems pretty crazy - 1TB Samsung EVO NVM retails at $169.
Rating: 42 Votes
8 months ago
Now lets do the same to the ram upgrades
Rating: 41 Votes
8 months ago
Listening to consumers. Good on you, Apple.
Rating: 29 Votes
8 months ago
Still relatively high, but a surprising move in the right direction. Maybe the 'new' Apple we've been waiting for is finally showing up for real.
Rating: 29 Votes
8 months ago
Another step in right direction. Nice.
Rating: 26 Votes
8 months ago
Still seem higher than they should be to me. What they should do is remove spinning drives altogether, kill the horrible fusion drive, and mass produce SSD's to get the prices even lower.
Rating: 24 Votes
8 months ago
It can’t be linked to the departure of Jony Ive. Something is happening inside Apple.
Rating: 19 Votes

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