Apple has silently reduced the rates for a few of the SSD upgrades on MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini computer systems. The lowered rates are now live on Apple Store in numerous nations, consisting of United States, UK, and Canada. While the rates of SSD upgrades to 1TB or listed below seems to have actually stayed the same, the 1.5 TB, 2TB, 4TB upgrades for different notebooks are cheaper by anywhere in between $100 and $400. The SSD upgrade cost cuts come on the heels of the launch of updated iMac models.
As seen on the Apple United States website, the company is now offering the 1.5 TB SSD upgrade for the base MacBook Air for simply $1,100, down from earlier rates of $1,200. Similarly, the 1.5 TB SSD upgrade for MacBook Air 256GB SSD variation is now noted at just $900.
For Mac mini, the 2TB SSD upgrade is down $200 for both base version and the upgraded version. MacBook Pro 2TB SSD upgrades have likewise seen a $200 price drop for all 13-inch and 15-inch models, whereas the cost for 4TB SSD upgrades has actually been taken down by $400 for 15-inch MacBook Pro models.
In addition to the price cut for SSD upgrades, Apple has actually likewise decreased the prices of RAM upgrade for 2013 Mac Pro. The 64GB RAM upgrade now costs just $800, below $1,200. The minimized costs were first spotted by MacRumors.
It is uncertain if the minimized rates for SSD and RAM upgrades will have any effect on the costs of Mac devices in India. We have actually reached out to Apple for more clearness and will update the story when we hear back.
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