Third-Party Retailers Selling Apple's New iPad Pro, 24-Inch iMac, and Apple TV 4K

Apple today opened pre-orders for a new wave of products, including the new Apple TV 4K, 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro, and 24-inch M1 iMac. You can buy all of these products from Apple.com, but if you prefer to shop at third-party Apple resellers, we've put together a list of places selling all of the new products in this article.

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Note that all of the prices in the lists below refer to Apple's own prices for these models of the ‌iMac‌, ‌iPad Pro‌, and ‌Apple TV‌ 4K. These devices are brand new, so we don't expect steep prices just yet, but Expercom does have some markdowns for a few products.

Not all of these retailers may be able to guarantee availability at the same time as Apple, but with Apple's own shipping estimates starting to slip on some items, it may be worth exploring some of these third-party options.

Apple TV 4K

The new ‌Apple TV‌ 4K starts at $179.00 for the 32GB option, or you can pay $199.00 for the 64GB option. Both come with the upgraded Siri Remote (which is also being sold separately for $59.00), and Apple even has the previous generation ‌Apple TV‌ HD bundled with the new remote for $149.00.

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Expercom's Sales: Expercom is providing a slight $10 sale on the 2021 versions of the Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD. Given that the company also charges up to $9 in shipping, this sale isn't particularly solid, but still noteworthy given it's among the very first straight cash discounts on the new Apple TVs.

iMac

Apple's new 24-inch ‌iMac‌ comes in seven total colors, but in this section we're focusing on the Silver option of each of the three main configurations. Of course, most retailers do have all colors available to choose from, with varying stock of each option. The list below only accounts for Apple's base configurations on the new ‌iMac‌.

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Prices start at $1,299.00 for the 7-core/256GB 24-inch ‌iMac‌ as the entry level model. You can then upgrade to 8-core/256GB for $1,499.00, or to 8-core/512GB for $1,699.00. If you opt for the 7-core option, you won't be able to choose from Orange, Purple, or Yellow colors.

Expercom's Sales: For the new iMacs, you can save up to $76 on Expercom. The retailer has the 7-core/256GB M1 iMac for $1,233.00 (compared to $1,299.00 retail price), and the 8-core/256GB M1 iMac for $1,423.00 (compared to $1,499.00 retail price). Just like the Apple TVs, these are among the first deals we're tracking on the 24-inch iMacs.

iPad Pro

The new ‌iPad Pro‌ models have a wide price range, beginning at $799.00 for the 128GB Wi-Fi 11-inch ‌iPad Pro‌ and increasing all the way to $2,399.00 for the 2TB cellular 12.9-inch ‌iPad Pro‌. There are two colors for each model, Silver and Space Gray, and you'll find some decent deals at Expercom below as well.

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Expercom's Sales: Similar to the ‌iMac‌, Expercom's deals on the latest Apple products are a bit more worthwhile for the higher-end models. You can save up to $128 on the 11-inch iPad Pro (steepest discount on the 2TB Cellular), and up to $147 on the 12.9-inch iPad Pro (again, steepest discount will be on the 2TB Cellular).

Still, at up to $67 off for the 128GB Wi-Fi models of both the 11-inch and 12.9-inch ‌iPad Pro‌, Expercom's sales are solid options, particularly considering that these devices are brand new.

For more information on all of Apple's new products, be sure to visit our roundups on the Apple TV 4K, iPad Pro, and iMac.

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Top Rated Comments

BradWI Avatar
39 months ago
Also available at Costco.com and other retailers that MR doesn’t have affiliate relationships with so they won’t be included in the original article…
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
gnomeisland Avatar
39 months ago
FYI, COSTCO in the USA has a selection of wi-fi M1 iPad pros available.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jlocker Avatar
39 months ago
Good luck with the global chip shortages on getting a new device and not waiting for a while. Buy it now if you needed it. It is not going to be pretty for the next 18 months.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jlocker Avatar
39 months ago

Tim is that you?
No, but I did work for Apple 20 years ago. And when it was taking 12 months to deliver a Powerbook G4 computer to the customers there were a lot of unhappy customers. And by the time they got their delivery, Apple a Month later, announced the new model. It was very ugly at the time.
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AxiomaticRubric Avatar
39 months ago

No deals?
Not during a global chip shortage. ?‍?
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jlocker Avatar
39 months ago
I would recommend start getting Thunderbolt 3 SSD external drive storage for more storage for your computer and a 7200rpm Desktop backup drive, for backing up your devices. I use a WD BLACK 12TB Xbox drive for my time machine drive and you get a month of XBOX game pass with it. And just got a 4TB Thunderbolt 3 SSD drive for Applications and data. I ran out of 2TB of storage in a year and a half.
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