Apple Drops Mac SSD Upgrade Pricing 

Apple Drops Mac SSD Upgrade Pricing 

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Apple has made it significantly cheaper to upgrade the amount of SSD storage when configuring your new Mac.

Storage pricing has been reduced across the entire lineup including the MacBook, iMac, Mac mini, and Mac Pro.

Looking at the entry-level 15-inch MacBook Pro with 256GB, the upgrade options are now priced as follows:
● 512GB SSD storage + $200.00
● 1TB SSD storage + $400.00
● 2TB SSD storage + $800.00
● 4TB SSD storage + $1,600.00

Previously, they were $200, $600, $1200, and $3000.

For most devices, the 1TB upgrades have dropped by $200 and the 2TB upgrades have dropped by $400.

Notably, Apple is now offering the new 13-inch MacBook Air with a $600 1TB SSD upgrade option. Hit the link below to check out the new pricing.

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Apple Drops Mac SSD Upgrade Pricing 

NoGoodNick - July 9, 2019 at 5:20pm
It’s about time, as SSD and memory upgrades are Apple’s single greatest markups, far surpassing the original suppliers retail cost. For items like an iMac’s memory, it’s still cheaper ordering the bare minimum installation and upgrading it yourself, but since Apple now routinely solders these components in place, this is bitter solace for most.
PaulieP - July 9, 2019 at 8:25pm
Very well put, Apple really wants to limit the amount of upgrades that people do outside of the store. They want to control everything end to end.