Back in March, Apple updated its iMac lineup with new 8-core processors and Vega graphics. Four months later, these 2019 iMacs are now available in Apple Canada’s refurbished store (via MacRumors).
2019 refurbished models are available in Canada on Apple.ca starting at $1,849 CAD for a 21.5-inch iMac with quad-core Intel Core i3 with 16GB of RAM, 256GB SSD and Radeon Pro 555X graphics.
There’s also a 27-inch iMac with 8-core Intel Core i9 with 64GB of RAM, 2TB SSD and Radeon Pro Vega 48 graphics for $5,219 CAD.
Refurbished iMacs are good-as-new, and come with Refurbished iMac with all manuals and accessories, such as Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse and
Lightning to USB Cable, to go with Apple’s 15-day return policy and one-year warranty.
In the past, refurbished Mac sales have arrived with specs better than what’s listed on the site.
Click here to visit Apple Canada’s refurbished online store.
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