Apple raises Mac mini price in Australia

Macworld Australia Staff
26 September, 2013
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It appears Apple has silently increased the Mac mini pricing in Australia, alongside the newly updated iMacs announced yesterday.

The cheapest Mac available, the 2.5GHz i5 Mac mini, has seen a $50 price increase from $699 to $749 for the standard configuration. The 2.3GHz i7 Mac mini has gone from $899 to $999 and the Mac mini with OS X Server is now $1249, up from $1099.

The new pricing may be a result of currency changes between the Australian dollar and the US dollar, as the Mac mini specs have not seen an update.

The iMac did receive a noticeable spec boost, with new processors, improved graphics, faster flash storage and 802.11ac Wi-Fi.

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