Apple is now offering 24-inch M1 iMac refurbs in a number of markets, including the United States. Prices start at $1,099, with customers able to save up to $320 on the range of models currently available.
The M1 iMac made its official debut just four months ago. It is Cupertino’s first all-in-one powered by Apple Silicon, and it features a stunning 4.5K Retina display — with support for 1 billion colors — as standard.
Other features include a 1080p FaceTime HD camera, and Thunderbolt connectivity. Many models also ship with Apple’s latest Magic Keyboard with Touch ID. Bag your certified refurbished model to save up to $260.
Save up to $260 on M1 iMac refurbs
Apple currently has a range of M1 iMac refurbs available in different colors and configurations. Prices start at $1,099 for the entry-level machine, priced at $1,299 when you buy it new, featuring 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
The midrange option, which features a faster 8-core GPU, Ethernet connectivity, and a Magic Keyboard with Touch ID, can be yours for $1,269 — down from $1,499. And for $1,439, you can double its storage to 512GB.
For the high-end M1 iMac refurb, which features all of the above, plus 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage, Apple charges $1,779. The same machine is normally priced at $2,099.
Bag yours before they’re gone
As is always the case with Apple’s certified refurbished devices, availability can fluctuate greatly over time. If you see an M1 iMac refurb you’re interested in, then, it’s a good idea to bag it before it disappears.
Apple refurbs ship with the same one-year warranty that covers brand-new devices, along with the same documentation and accessories. They are tested, repaired when necessary, and cleaned to ensure they look like new.