One complaint of the new iMacs when launched were limited SSD options. 21.5-inch iMacs an no SSD-only selection, only Fusion Drive, and 27-inch iMacs only had an expensive 768 GB SSD along with Fusion Drives. Now, Apple is offering 256 GB and 512 GB SSD options on both sized iMacs. This gives shoppers some more flexibility if they just want SSD without breaking the bank.
SSD options are $300 for 256 GB upgrade, $600 for the 512 GB, and $900 for that 768 GB which is still only available on the 27-inch models.
Via Mac Rumors
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