Apple has dramatically lowered the cost of upgraded SSD storage while ordering a new Mac from their online store. With new prices applying to all Macs including the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, iMac Pro, and the Mac Mini. And comes at the same time as MacBook Air received an all-new lower price.
While purchasing a new Mac computer from Apple, there are a number of configurations available to choose from. For example, the MacBook Air comes in two models which offer either 128GB or 256GB of Solid-state Disk (SSD) storage. While the MacBook Pro vary from 128GB to 1TB (1000GB) of SSD storage.
However, one of the exclusivities of Apple online is the ability to customise a Mac. While options vary between models, generally you can pay to upgrade to a better processor and more Memory RAM and storage. Others, such as the iMac Pro even have the option for more powerful dedicated graphics cards.
New Storage Pricing
Recently, Apple has dramatically cut prices of upgraded SSD prices in Australia. Which apply to all options including 256GB, 512GB, 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB SSD options.
At the time of writing, the new prices are as follows:
MacBook Pro 13-inch
MacBook Pro 15-inch
You can customise and order a new Mac from Apple’s online store with free, fast shipping and 14-day returns. With the exception of the upcoming new Mac Pro, it is not possible to upgrade the internal storage of a new Mac after purchase.