Deals: M1 iMacs Available for $199 Off on Amazon, Starting at Record Low Price of $1,099.99

Amazon today has Apple's M1 iMac (7-Core GPU, 256GB) for the all-time low price of $1,099.99 in Green, Silver, and Pink, down from $1,299.00. Although stock on the Green and Silver colors is dwindling, the Pink option remains steadily available to deliver by March 26.

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This is only the third time in 2023 that we've tracked an all-time low price on the entry-level M1 iMac. As of writing, only Amazon is offering this sale.

Amazon also has the M1 iMac (8-Core GPU, 256GB) for $1,299.99, down from $1,499.00. This is another match for an all-time low price on the M1 iMac, and it's available in four colors right now on Amazon: Pink, Orange, Purple, and Yellow.

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. Head to our full Deals Roundup to get caught up with all of the latest deals and discounts that we've been tracking over the past week.

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Top Rated Comments

Rychiar Avatar
16 months ago

M3 Apple Silicon iMacs incoming? Clearing out old M1 iMac inventory possibly?
all speculation points to fall at the soonest. I couldn’t wait anymore and bought one of these
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
trip1ex Avatar
16 months ago
Record low price for the 25th time.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
mrr Avatar
16 months ago
I would like to see a 27 inch iMac.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
adamw Avatar
16 months ago
M3 Apple Silicon iMacs incoming? Clearing out old M1 iMac inventory possibly?
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
rpmurray Avatar
16 months ago

Yeah - It's too bad that they don't make this but I suspect it is because there aren't too many folks that could afford something like this.
I keep seeing people make that argument and yet we have the Mac Studio/Apple Studio Display combo, that costs a whole lot more and provides nothing additional over an iMac, being touted as a substitute.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
HobeSoundDarryl Avatar
16 months ago

I keep seeing people make that argument and yet we have the Mac Studio/Apple Studio Display combo, that costs a whole lot more and provides nothing additional over an iMac, being touted as a substitute.
Actually, it does. As a long-term iMac owner, I finally learned the lesson: iMac was high value at purchase time but a terrible waste at the end... when tech guts fail (or being made obsolete) means the best screen gets tossed too.

Separates change that. When my Mac Studio conks or is made obsolete, the monitor will move on to the replacement. A good monitor can easily be just as good for 10+ years. No new Mac is likely to be in up-to-date use in 10 years. Separating the two offers less value up front but more at the end (of the Macs life).

And for what it's worth: I did not go Apple Studio. Instead, I went 5K ultra-wide for about the same money. So now I have much more screen RE than AS, additional video inputs (for old fashioned bootcamp too... with an actual PC) and a pretty useful hub not limited to only a few thunderbolt ports. When one part conks, that one part can be replaced. When my last iMac conked, it took my best Mac, my best PC and my best screen with it.

Unlike when I purchased Mac Studio, value options have expanded. Now one could pair Mac Mini or Mini Pro as stand-in for iMac tech guts and then perhaps the impending Samsung Viewfinity S9 ('https://www.theverge.com/2023/1/2/23531390/samsung-viewfinity-s9-5k-monitor-announced-features') for a 27" 5K screen likely much less expensive than Apple Studio ("plastic" and "wobbly" complaints addressed, 5K (not 4K) addressed, VESA mount flexibility INCLUDED, etc). Again, separates deliver such options as viable choices for us Mac people vs. Apple deciding everything for all of us with an all-in-one.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)