Apple to start selling new, pricier iMacs Friday

Revamped all-in-one, introduced a month ago, only now making it to market

By , Computerworld |  Hardware, Apple, iMac

It's still unknown how much Apple will charge for the new iMacs' Fusion Drive: On the Mac Mini, the single option of 1TB runs $250.

The new desktops cost $100 more than their predecessors, with pre-configured 21.5-in. models priced at $1,299 and $1,499, and the 27-in. iMacs at $1,799 and $1,999.

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