Used Apple iMacs & Mac Pro

Refurbished iMac

APPLE iMAC INTEL (ALUMINIUM) ​The Apple iMac with the Aluminum casing was originally released in 2007. It was basically just a style adjustment for the older iMac with the white casing. One of the coolest things about the Aluminum iMac is that there is only one user-accessible screw on the entire computer, thus giving it an extremely sleek look. When the Aluminum iMac was released, Apple discontinued the 17” screen size leaving only a 20 inch and 24 inch iMac option. Apple would later change this to a 21.5” iMac and a 27” iMac, getting rid of the 24” and 20” iMacs altogether.​ Even though...

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Refurbished Mac Pro

The Apple Mac Pro tower is the workhorse computer in the Apple computer lineup. It is primarily used for the Graphic Arts, Music editing and Video production industries. There is not a more powerful … stock machine on the market, PC or Mac. The Mac Pro replaced the older PowerMac tower series in 2006. The biggest difference between a PowerMac and a Mac Pro is the processor. The old PowerMac used the PowerPC processor that was manufactured by Motorola while the new Mac Pro uses the speedy Intel Xeon series processors. The original Apple Mac Pro was the last computer in Apple’s lineup to be...

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Refurbished Mac Mini

APPLE MAC MINI​ ​Mac Mini, the smallest desktop computer revolutionized the way that people thought about the desktop computer. Unlike all other home computers … the Mac Mini is actually small enough to set on your desk. It is roughly 3 inches tall and 7inches deep and wide. The Mini even weighs less than 3 pounds! In addition to being very small and attractive physically it also carries a small and attractive price tag. The Mini starts at only $700 new and as low as $199 for a used Mac Mini. The original mini was released in 2005 with a PowerPC G4 processor. It today has been updated and...

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Older Apple Desktops

Information about vintage PowerPc computers. The iMac g4 and PowerMac g5 belong in this category. APPLE iMAC G5​ In late 2004 Apple discontinued the iMac G4 and replaced it with the newly designed iMac G5. First and foremost Apple got rid of the G4 series processor. A new faster and more efficient PowerPC G5 processor was installed. The minimum available processor speed was a 1.6ghz and the largest was a 2.1Ghz speed. The front side bus was originally 533Mhz and finished at 700Mhz. Most of the iMac G5′s came with a standard 160Gb drives, however an 80GB and 250Gb were available. When the...

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Apple Desktop Accessories

At The Orchard Apple Store, we sell a wide variety of external hard drives. We also offer Apple Ram upgrades at discount prices. We can upgrade your internal Apple hard drive for as little as $99. We proudly feature Apple Juice premium screen cleaner. We sell replacement Apple keyboards and Apple mice.

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