New iMac Pricing Not Such A Rort For Australians

Apple refreshed its lineup of iMacs overnight, which leads to the usual question: just how much are Australian buyers being rorted compared to the US? Nick at Gizmodo has taken his calculator to the new prices, and concludes that the “Apple Tax” isn’t too bad this time around.

While there still is a premium in place, it isn’t as pronounced as it has been in the past once you factor in US sales tax. The Australian dollar has been riding consistently near or above the US for quite a while now, so presumably Apple’s long-lead planning has managed to reflect that consistency. Hit Gizmodo for the full analysis.

How Does The New iMac Pricing Look In Australia? [Gizmodo]

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