What you need to know
- Apple has discontinued the 27-inch iMac.
- It disappeared from Apple's website following the March event.
- Apple will replace it with the new Mac Studio.
Apple's 27-inch iMac has been discontinued following the company's March event, and will be replaced by the Mac Studio.
As noted by iMore:
Apple now only sells its 24-inch iMac with M1. Its other desktop computers are the Mac mini, Mac Pro, and the all-new Mac Studio announced at its March Event on Tuesday. From Apple:
As noted the new Mac Studio arrived alongside Apple's new Studio Display, however both can be used separately with other devices.
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So now the entry price for a 27" mac is $3600? Quite a step up from the $1300 for 24". And DOUBLE the previous 5K retina 27" imac that started at $1800. How is that considered a "replacement"?
$1999 for the M1 Max Mac Studio
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