Apple, four months after the announcement of the iMac with an M1 chip, began selling a refurbished version of it.
This monoblock model appeared on the site of the British Apple Store. The device has only a pink color scheme, 8-core CPU, 7-core GPU and 256 GB storage. The computer charges £ 1059. In comparison, a new version in the same modification costs 190 pounds more. Refurbished iMac comes with a one-year warranty, power adapter, and USB-C cable.
As a reminder, the device has a 24-inch Retina display with 4.5K resolution, wide P3 color gamut and 500 nits brightness. The screen boasts anti-reflective coating and True Tone technology to automatically adjust color based on ambient light. There’s also a 1080p FaceTime HD camera, three studio-quality microphones, and a six-speaker sound system with Dolby Atmos support.