By Chris O’Connor, TechRadars staff EditorApple’s iMobiles have been a key part of the company’s strategy for years.
Since its launch in 2005, Apple has introduced new models with varying configurations that have been able to offer a unique user experience.
Now, the company has introduced an updated iMac line of models, including the 15-inch MacBook Pro, with a refreshed keyboard and screen that are more affordable.
But while the refreshed iMac models are still available on select Apple resellers, they are priced at $1,999 for a model that starts at $4,999, with no storage options.
This is the third time the company introduced a new model with a lower price tag.
The first was the MacBook Pro with Retina Display, which cost $1.99 at time of release.
The iMac series was launched with a $1 price tag, but with a few exceptions.
The MacBook Pro 13 was released with a price tag of $1 per unit, while the 15.6-inch iMac came with a model tag of “only” $2,799.
The 16-inch and 18-inch versions of the MacBook Pros were also $1 less, at $2 per unit.
The new MacBook Pro and iMac are also a bit pricier than the previous models, at a little over $2k and $3.5k, respectively.
The iMac Pro 13 costs $2.5 million, while its pricier sibling the iMac 17 retails for $3,879.
The 13-inch model is still available for $2 more.
However, the new iMac and MacBook Pro models do come with a couple of other new features.
First, the keyboard has been re-designed to be a bit thinner and lighter.
The keys have been moved closer to the edge of the keyboard and have a much wider, slimmer, profile.
The edges of the keys also have a subtle curve that makes them more comfortable to use.
The new keyboard is also easier to type on, thanks to the slightly curved design of the keycaps.
Second, the display has been upgraded.
Apple says that the new design makes the iMobile display more user-friendly, which is a big deal because it means that the MacBook Air can now use the same display that was on the 15 inch MacBook Pro.
Apple also added a couple more ports, one on the left side and one on each side of the display.