The M1 MacBook Pro and M1 MacBook Air landed in Apple’s refurbished device store, Apple today started selling the refurbished M1 Mac mini. Customers can now buy these three Macs with M1 chips at a discounted price in Apple’s refurbished stores.

Currently the cheapest M1 Mac mini refurbished model has 256GB SSD storage and 16GB memory. This model was originally priced at US$899, but now you can buy a refurbished device for US$ 759 (approximately RMB 4903) that is a discount of US$140 (approximately RMB 904).

Apple now offers five different models of M1 Mac mini refurbished devices, you can view them below.

  • US$759 (original price US$899): M1 Mac mini is equipped with 256GB SSD and 16GB RAM.
  • US$929 (original price US$1,099): M1 Mac mini is equipped with 512GB SSD and 16GB memory.
  • US$929 (original price US$1,099): M1 Mac mini is equipped with 1TB SSD and 8GB RAM.
  • US$1,099 (original price US$1299): M1 Mac mini is equipped with 1TB SSD and 16GB memory.
  • US$1439 (original price of RMB 1699): M1 Mac mini is equipped with 1TB SSD and 16GB memory.

Apple-certified refurbished products refer to second-hand Apple products that have undergone Apple’s strict refurbishment procedures before being sold. Although only some products will be returned due to technical issues, all products will go through Apple’s strict quality refurbishment procedures.

The refurbished equipment will be packed in a special box with all original accessories and a one-year limited warranty.

Some iMac models are no longer available for purchase

Related to this is that some Apple models of 21.5-inch 4K iMacs are currently out of stock. Models equipped with 512GB or 1TB of solid-state hard drive storage are out of stock, but basic models with 256GB of storage are still available.

It is unclear whether Apple’s iMac is just facing supply issues or whether it is related to the upcoming iMac. There are recent rumors that Apple will launch a new iMac sometime this year, with a new and colorful Pro Display XDR inspired design and using Apple’s Silicon chips instead of Intel processors.

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