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Today we're tracking a collection of discounts on Apple's MacBook family, as well as the 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMacs. These sales are located on Amazon and B&H Photo, with discounts automatically applied across the board, so you won't need any specific coupon codes to see discount prices.

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iMac

Amazon has Apple's 21.5-inch iMac from mid 2020 (3.6 GHz quad-core, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD) for $999.99, down from $1,299.00. This is the best price we've ever tracked on this iMac, and a great entry point for the smaller-screen model.

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The 6-core model is priced at $1,349.00, down from $1,499.00, which is another all-time-low price on the 21.5-inch iMac (matched at B&H Photo).

Moving to 27-inch models, Amazon has the 27-inch iMac from mid 2020 (3.3 GHz 6-core, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD) for $1,799.99, down from $1,999.00. This sale price will be seen after an automatic coupon is applied at the checkout screen, and it's another match for an all-time-low price on this model.



Lastly, B&H Photo has the 27-inch iMac (3.8 GHz 8-core, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD) for $2,149.00, down from $2,299.00. Another lowest-ever price, this sale is only available at B&H Photo this week and it's showing an expected delivery date by February 17 in the United States.

M1 MacBook Pro

You can get the M1 13-inch MacBook Pro (256GB) for $1,199.00 on Amazon, down from $1,299.00. This is one of the best ongoing discounts for the new M1 MacBook Pro, and it's being matched at B&H Photo.

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If you're shopping around for the 512GB model, you can get this version of the M1 MacBook Pro for $1,399.00, down from $1,499.00. This sale is also being matched at B&H Photo, and all models are available to ship out today.

Keep up with all of this week's best discounts on Apple products and related accessories in our dedicated Apple Deals roundup.

Update: This article has been updated to reflect an even deeper discount on the 21.5-inch iMac at $999.99.

Article Link: Deals: Low Prices Hit Apple's 2020 21.5-Inch iMac ($299 Off) and M1 MacBook Pro ($100 Off) [Updated]
 
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adamw

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Refresh coming soon for Intel iMac? M1 Macbook Pro new model, or just trying to clear extra inventory?
 
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Rojaaemon

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Poor iMac! It looks just like the one released in 2012, when the summer Olympics were held in London and Putin was elected President of Russia.
 
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TrenttonY

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I mean the iMac for $999 its still a pretty get deal, now that it has 256 GB SSD standard. It has a very nice display. Too bad no Target Display Mode.
I wonder how much the new M1 iMac will cost? $1299 and keep the most recent Intel one for a new base price of $999?
 
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Techwatcher

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It's a crime against humanity for the iMac to still look the same way it did in 2009 lmao. Please update it already the people are waiting.
 
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azentropy

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Been trying to hold off upgrading my parents 2011 21.5" iMac until the Apple Silicon version is released. I mentioned in other threads that for most uses what they have is fine, however some software is now not supported on the highest OS version that can be upgraded to. For example TurboTax 2020.

That 21.5" iMac deal though is pretty tempting. Costco also has it for $100 more, however they double the warranty and then my CC doubles that taking it to 4 years for "free".
 
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I'm eager to see the Apple Silicon iMac. Would love the idea of having a Mac on my desk that could do some impressive computing (and gaming?!?) without an infarction-inducing price-tag. It's been a given to go for a cheap PC box with a video card.
 
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Agile55

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Returned a 2019 21.5" yesterday to BBY that was in still in my return window, so glad I did as the wait continues now for me.
 
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pshufd

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Hoping that they upgrade the 27 to a 32 or 34. The sale is tempting on the 27 inch iMac with the i7 - too bad they don't apply to BTO. I have one program that runs far better on Intel than Apple Silicon.
 
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pshufd

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M1 is great. But M1 MBP not that much Pro. 21.5” iMac hasn’t been updated in a long time. I don’t have to make a case for why these specific models are on sale.

My local stores are selling a ton of M1 Macs. I see them come in stock and then go out of stock the same day. These are the closest three stores to me. I see the same thing with the 27 inch i7 iMac. These are moving at the stores as well. My guess is that they are releasing new models at the March announcement. I'm not really expecting it but it would be a most pleasant surprise to see M1X iMacs or MacBook Pros. My guess is that we will see the M1X in November but maybe an M1 iMac 21.5 inch.
 
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pshufd

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It could still mean less macbook pro sales than expected. I am waiting for my air for two weeks now, while the pro was readily available.

The twelve stores in my area are out of base model AIRs but about half the stores have base model Pros. So the Air does seem in greater demand right now. It's possible that people are thinking that the 14 inch Pro is going to come out in March and so they are holding out for that.

The M1 models are actually low-end for Apple so a bit improvement in revenue is more impressive as higher unit volumes are required. The number of MacBook Airs being sold must be amazing. 12 stores in my area are out of stock and I'd assume that each store gets 10-20 a day - or maybe a lot more based on history. So that's 120 - 240 $1,000 devices per day. That seems like a big number to me but maybe it isn't when you're talking millions of units.
 
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The twelve stores in my area are out of base model AIRs but about half the stores have base model Pros. So the Air does seem in greater demand right now. It's possible that people are thinking that the 14 inch Pro is going to come out in March and so they are holding out for that.

The M1 models are actually low-end for Apple so a bit improvement in revenue is more impressive as higher unit volumes are required. The number of MacBook Airs being sold must be amazing. 12 stores in my area are out of stock and I'd assume that each store gets 10-20 a day - or maybe a lot more based on history. So that's 120 - 240 $1,000 devices per day. That seems like a big number to me but maybe it isn't when you're talking millions of units.
I would have waited for the 14 pro if Apple published a roadmap. Instead I've went for a device 100s of dollars cheaper. This surge could backfire in the coming quarters.
 
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