Discounts on the latest iMacs remain ongoing this month, with Amazon and B&H Photo now offering a new all-time-low price on the 27-inch Retina iMac with 8GB RAM and a 1TB Fusion Drive. This model is now priced at $1,599.00, down from $1,799.00.
These retailers are also discounting Apple's new MacBook Pro, with prices also starting at $1,599.00. Both 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro models are on sale, and you can find all of these markdowns in the lists below.
3.0 GHz 6-Core, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB - $1,599.00, down from $1,799.00 ($150 off, lowest ever) [B&H]
3.1 GHz 6-Core, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB - $1,799.00, down from $1,999.00 ($200 off, lowest ever) [B&H]
3.7 GHz 6-Core, 8 GB RAM, 2 TB - $2,099.00, down from $2,299.00 ($200 off, lowest ever) [B&H]
2019 MacBook Pro
- 13-inch, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD - $1,599.99, down from $1,799.00 ($200 off, lowest ever) [B&H]
- 13-inch, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD - $1,799.00, down from $1,999.00 ($200 off, lowest ever)
- 15-inch, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD - $2,099.00, down from $2,399.00 ($300 off, lowest ever) [B&H]
- 15-inch, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD - $2,449.00, down from $2,799.00 ($350 off, lowest ever)
More of the latest Apple-related sales can be found in our full Deals Roundup. This week that includes ongoing discounts on the AirPods with Wireless Charging Case, Pad & Quill's new 25 percent off sitewide sale, and more.
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Top Rated Comments
What disappoints me though is that my 2018 MBP is only 9 months old and already starting to show similar levels of wear on it's finish as the 2013 it replaced. Something is different about the aluminum on these, because it isn't treated any different than the 2013 was.
Or you need multiple TB of reliable flash storage... Most people don't, though most people spending $1,600 on a computer would expect it to not be handicapped because of the choices made by the manufacturer. macOS has evolved to providing a sub-standard experience when booting from a traditional Hard Drive and an SSD option needs to be standard.
Not everyone needs the bleeding edge PCIe SSDs Apple offers. You can get name brand 1TB PCIe SSDs for $100 now. Everyday users will not appreciate the difference between one of those and the high-end selection Apple chooses to offer for $500 currently, but it will destroy a Fusion Drive still.
This is the single most critical component that impacts overall performance of a computer for 98% of users. Apple still treating it like something exotic should be embarrassing.