Apple increases prices upgrades MacBook, iMac and Mac Pro

The MacBook Air 2020 that came on the market last week, offers more for less. By default, the laptop is now equipped with 256 instead of 128 GB storage and the starting price has also been reduced. Unfortunately, it is not everywhere party, because upgrades for the MacBook Pro, iMac, Mac Pro and Mac mini have recently become more expensive.

MacBook Pro 13-inch

Prices for a faster chip or more RAM in the 13-inch MacBook Pro are rising, but extra storage has not become more expensive. As we recently reported, this machine is currently a bad buy. These are the new upgrade prices.

  • 2.7 GHz Core i7: € 375 (+ € 15)
  • 2.8 GHz Core i7: € 380 (+ € 20)
  • 16 GB RAM: € 250 (+ € 10)
  • SSD: no change

MacBook Pro 16-inch

Unlike its smaller brother, the 16-inch MacBook Pro is an excellent machine. The new keyboard is an absolute improvement and other improvements are also appreciated, as you can read in our review. The upgrades are all of them increased in price.

  • 2.4 GHz octa-core Core i9: € 255 or € 380, depending on the starter model (+ € 35 or + € 20)
  • 32 GB RAM: € 500 (+ € 20)
  • 64 GB RAM: € 1,000 (+ € 40)
  • 2 TB SSD: € 500 (+ € 20)
  • 4 TB SSD: € 1,250 (+ € 50)
  • 8 TB SSD: € 2,750 (+ € 110)
  • AMD Radeon Pro 5500M / 4 GB: € 125 (+ € 5)
  • AMD Radeon Pro 5500M / 6 GB: € 250 (+ € 10)
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Mac mini

The entry-level model of the Mac mini was upgraded last week. By default, the smallest Mac now comes with 256 instead of 128 GB of storage. Other upgrades are became more expensive. The prices of SSD options are falling, but that makes sense because we assume a higher base capacity.

  • 3.6 GHz octa-core Core i7: € 360 (+ € 10)
  • 16 GB RAM: € 250 (+ € 10)
  • 32 GB RAM: € 750 (+ € 30)
  • 64 GB RAM: € 1,250 (+ € 50)
  • 10 Gigabit Ethernet: € 125 (+ € 5)

Mac Pro

The Mac Pro can be adjusted in many ways and all upgrades have become more expensive. She rise between 20 and 150 euros. To keep the overview, we show some upgrades as an example.

  • 3.3 GHz 12-core Intel Xeon W: € 1,250 (+ € 50)
  • 192 GB RAM: € 3,750 (+ € 150)
  • 1 TB SSD: € 500 (+ € 20)
  • Radeon Pro Vega II / 32 GB: € 3,000 (+ € 120)
  • Wheels for housing: € 500 (+ € 20)

21.5-inch iMac 4K

The 21.5-inch iMac 4K is up very many points to adjust and all upgrades have become more expensive. They rise between 20 and 150 euros. To keep the overview, we show some upgrades as an example.

  • 3.2 GHz octa-core Core i7: € 325 (+ € 5)
  • 16 GB RAM: € 250 (+ € 10)
  • 32 GB RAM: € 750 (+ € 30)
  • 1 TB Fusion Drive: € 125 (+ € 5)
  • 256 GB SSD: € 250 (+ € 10)
  • 512 GB SSD: € 500 (+ € 20)
  • 1 TB SSD: € 750 (+ € 30)
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27-inch iMac 5K

Finally, the 27-inch iMac 5K is an odd one out. The CPU upgrades have not become more expensive, but the prices of more storage or RAM are increased. An exception is the 1 TB SSD. It has become no less than 215 euros cheaper.

  • 16 GB RAM: € 250 (+ € 10)
  • 32 GB RAM: € 750 (+ € 30)
  • 2 TB Fusion Drive: € 250 (+ € 10)
  • 256 GB SSD: € 125 (+ € 5)
  • 512 GB SSD: € 375 (+ € 15)
  • 1 TB SSD: € 625 (- € 215)
  • CPU: no change
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