Deals: Apple's 24-Inch iMac Hits Record Low Prices at Up to $150 Off
B&H Photo is offering a few solid deals on Apple's 24-inch iMac, starting with the 7-core GPU/256GB model for $1,199.00, down from $1,299.00. This price is only available in the Pink color, and Silver is at a second-best price of $1,229.00 on B&H Photo and Amazon.
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At $100 off, this sale is a match of the previous all-time low price on the 24-inch iMac. We've only seen this sale one or two times so far in 2022, so if you're in the market for the M1 iMac, now is a good time to buy.
In another sale, B&H Photo is discounting the 8-core GPU/256GB 24-inch iMac to $1,349.00, down from $1,499.00. You can get the iMac in Orange and Silver at this price point, and B&H does point out that there is limited supply.
You can keep track of ongoing sales on Apple's iMac line by visiting our Best iMac Deals guide. There, we keep track of the best iMac offers from Amazon, Adorama, B&H Photo, and other retailers, so be sure to check back often if you're shopping for an iMac for the first time, or thinking of upgrading.
Top Rated Comments
I have two and they function fine and beyond the limits you describe.
Professional software developer here. The only scenario where I've seen any slow-down whatsoever is when I attempt to run Docker which, on a mac, requires spinning up a VM and just gobbles up RAM. EVERYTHING ELSE including my multimedia hobbies run fantastic.
I own both an 8GB M1 iMac and a 16GB M1 Pro and observe almost no difference whatsoever in terms of the user experience. Only when I'm rendering out long running tasks does the M1 Pro exhibit a meaningful difference.
YMMV with heavy multimedia workloads that require Real Time performance, but those people aren't making decisions based on comments in a message board.
I always keep at least 60% of the flash storage free for the inevitable virtual memory needs, and to extend the usable life of the machine.
…if only they brought back target display mode!