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Apple M1 chip
Designed for Mac, M1 delivers faster CPU performance and faster graphics.
M1 optimises custom-engineered technologies and power efficiency for the new iMac. The system-on-a-chip design provides greater integration and works seamlessly with the most advanced operating system in the world, macOS Ventura.
Solid-state drive (SSD) storage is the amount of space your iMac has for your documents, photos, music, videos and other files.
It delivers significant performance and speed that you’ll notice when you start up your iMac, launch an app or browse your photos.
Unified memory (RAM) increases performance and enables your iMac to perform better and at a higher speed.
The more memory you choose, the more apps you can run simultaneously with a higher rate of performance.
Thunderbolt ports provide high-performance options for connecting accessories, external drives, cameras, displays and more.
Two additional USB 3 ports let you connect external devices for data transfer, charging and syncing.
VESA Mounting Options
Pair your iMac with your favourite VESA-compatible wall mount, desk mount or articulating arm (all sold separately). A stand is not included, so a mount is required.
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AppleCare+ for Mac
AppleCare+ for Mac provides expert technical support and additional hardware coverage from Apple, including unlimited incidents of accidental damage protection. Each incident is subject to a service fee of NZ$169 for screen damage or external enclosure damage, or NZ$499 for other accidental damage. In addition, you’ll get 24/7 priority access to Apple experts by chat or phone through getsupport.apple.com(opens in a new window). Coverage begins on your AppleCare+ purchase date. For complete details, see the terms(opens in a new window).
AppleCare+ benefits are separate from and in addition to the Apple Limited Warranty and any legal rights provided by New Zealand consumer law. For details, click here(opens in a new window).
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