Apple has actually obviously pulled its 21.5- inch Intel-based iMac from racks (by means of MacRumors). Its discontinuation does not come as much of a surprise, now that Apple is transitioning from utilizing Intel processors to its internal M1 chip
The 21.5- inch iMac was still readily available after Apple’s October 18 th Unleashed occasion— it didn’t appear to go missing out on till at some point today, according to MacRumors The $1,09921.5- inch iMac, which featured a 2.3 GHz dual-core 7th-Gen Intel Core i5 and an Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640, is no longer discovered on the list of offered iMacs on Apple’s online shop A “Buy” button likewise does not stand for the 21.5- inch iMac on Apple’s item contrast page.
We connected to Apple to validate the modifications, however didn’t right away get a reaction. The business verified to MacRumors that the maker is being stopped and will not be offered through Apple’s online shop or in its retail shops.
Apple hasn’t removed its whole lineup of Intel-based iMacs right now– it’s still offering the 27- inch Intel-based iMac, which sports approximately a 3.6 GHz 10- core Intel Core i9 CPU, at a beginning rate of $179999 As MacRumors notes, you can still buy a reconditioned 21.5- inch iMac from Apple’s online shop.
In March, Apple ceased the 512 GB and 1TB setups of the 21.5- inch iMac, so the business has actually been gradually phasing out this design for a while. And considering that Apple debuted its thinner, more vibrant M1-powered iMacs in April, it just makes good sense for Apple to clear some area on its racks.