Alongside the introduction of updated MacBook Air and MacBook Pro hardware today, Apple has reduced the price of its high-end storage upgrades for iMac, iMac Pro, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and Mac Pro.
The updated pricing sees Apple drop its 1TB SSD upgrade for the iMac, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini by $200, with the price of 2TB SSD upgrades significantly being dropped by $400 on the Mac mini and MacBook Pro. Most noticeably, Apple has now shaved $1,400 off the price of the ultra high-end 4TB SSD upgrade for the MacBook Pro.
The Mac line has received a significant update today, with Apple removing the 12-inch MacBook, previous generation MacBook Air and non-Touch Bar MacBook Pro models from sale.
The updated pricing has been applied to Apple’s soon to be replaced cylinder-shaped Mac Pro, with the company taking off $200 from the 1TB upgrade option.