Satechi announced that three of its products have been updated to match the color of the blue M1 iMac, with a stand, wireless mouse, and more.
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Soon, you won’t need to order online to purchase the more unusual iMac colors. They are coming to Apple retail stores after Sept. 14.
On Monday Hyper launched a 6-in-1 USB-C hub for the 24-inch M1 iMac. It clamps onto the bottom of the display to expand your ports.
If you were in the market for an M1 iMac and do not want to pay full retail price, you now have a new option. Refurbished 24 inch M1 iMac models are now available directly from Apple. The model including 512GB SSD storage will cost you $1439, while the same model with 256GB of storage is $1269. The normal retail price of these models is $1699 and $1499 respectively. Of course, Cupertino puts plenty of testing, cleaning, and necessary repair work into its refurbished products. They are backed by a one-year warranty and free delivery and returns.
On Thursday Satechi unveiled a USB-C hub that clamps onto the 2021 M1 iMac. It’s available to purchase for US$54.99.
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iFixit posted a teardown of the 2021 iMac on Monday, showing us the advances that Apple has made in its newest Mac.