Apple now selling refurbished M1 Mac mini, some iMac models currently unavailable – 9to5Mac2 min read

Following the arrival of the M1 MacBook Pro and M1 MacBook Air in the Apple Refurbished Shop, Apple today began selling the reconditioned M1 Mac mini. Clients can now get all three Macs with M1 chip in the Reconditioned Shop at a discounted rate.

The cheapest model of the refurbished M1 Mac mini currently available has 256GB SSD storage and 16GB RAM. While this design is priced at $899, you can now purchase the exact same model in the Apple Refurbished Store for $759– a $140 discount rate.
Apple is now offering 5 different refurbished designs of the M1 Mac mini, which you can have a look at below:

$ 759 (down from $899): M1 Mac mini with 256GB SSD and 16GB RAM
$ 929 (down from $1099): M1 Mac mini with 512GB SSD and 16GB RAM
$ 929 (below $1099): M1 Mac mini with 1TB SSD and 8GB RAM
$ 1099 (down from $1299): M1 Mac mini with 1TB SSD and 16GB RAM
$ 1439 (below $1699): M1 Mac mini with 1TB SSD and 16GB RAM

Apple Certified Refurbished Products are secondhand Apple products that go through Apples stringent repair procedure prior to being offered for sale. While only some units are returned due to technical problems, all units go through Apples stringent quality refurbishment procedure. Refurbished systems are delivered in a special box with all initial accessories and an one-year limited warranty.
Some iMac designs presently unavailable
On a related note, MacRumors noted that some designs of the 21.5-inch 4K iMac are currently not available from Apple. Models with 512GB or 1TB of SSD storage are out of stock, although the base design with 256GB of storage is still offered.
Its uncertain whether Apple is just facing supply issues or whether the shortage is associated with the launch of new iMacs. Current rumors have actually recommended that Apple will reveal new iMacs sometime this year with a brand-new colorful Pro Display XDR-inspired style and Apple Silicon chips rather of Intel processors.
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