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Apple starts selling refurbished iMacs using M3

Following the MacBook, Apple announced the start of sales of refurbished iMacs based on the M3 chip. The devices first went on sale in October last year, but refurbished ones have only now appeared.



Refurbished iMacs are sold at a 15% discount compared to new models. iMacs with defects fixed start at $1,099. For a new one they ask for $1299.


Versions with 512 GB of memory and 12-core chips will cost $1,439, that is, $260 cheaper than new ones.

Apple refers to refurbishes devices as equipment in which a defect was found and corrected, parts were replaced if necessary, cleaned, and then returned for sale in a new box and accessories. The devices also come with a one-year warranty.


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