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Apple iMac (2019) 27-inch with Retina 5K display, 6-core 8th gen Core™ i5 processor, 1TB Fusion Drive £1635 / 1308 with code & BNPL @ Very
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Apple iMac (2019) 27-inch with Retina 5K display, 6-core 8th gen Core™ i5 processor, 1TB Fusion Drive £1635 / 1308 with code & BNPL @ Very

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Posted 2nd Oct

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Hi just thought i would share this as i have been looking for a new computed and ended up purchasing due to this deal.

Very are offering 20% Cash back on BNPL 12 i managed to get over £300 quid off a 2019 i mac. No where compares
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Cue the SSD comments....
Cue the £1569 comments....
Edited by: "mittromney" 2nd Oct
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Cue the SSD comments....
Cue the £1569 comments....
Edited by: "mittromney" 2nd Oct
Crazy price...
If only I really needed to upgrade my mid-2012 model. But it’s still going strong. Otherwise I’d be all over this. Heat.
Great deal 🙌🏽
£1,749 on Apple Store - is that the same model?
Great price.
I have the VERY (pun intended) same model and i paid around £1400 from Very a few months back and i thought that was good.
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 2nd Oct
Over £1.3k for a computer without an SSD...

Reminds me of the saying, 'a fool and his money are soon parted'.
I'm a big fan if iPhones and iPads but you have to be insane to spend this much in such a weak machine even with the discount.
mittromney02/10/2019 16:59

Cue the SSD comments....Cue the £1569 comments....


It's almost like they're perfectly valid.
Can the 20% be applied to iPhones ?
Just the computing range unfortunately
Mac user here. Don’t get this model. Fusion drive in this model only has a 32GB SSD as far as I know. Then a 7200rpm drive. Even my iMac 2012 fusion drive is 128GB.
Coupon not valid for me
I can see only TAKE 3 option in my account
There is no option to BNPL 12 months

M I doing anything wrong ?
cantonbean02/10/2019 23:20

Mac user here. Don’t get this model. Fusion drive in this model only has a …Mac user here. Don’t get this model. Fusion drive in this model only has a 32GB SSD as far as I know. Then a 7200rpm drive. Even my iMac 2012 fusion drive is 128GB.


The only problem with that is that you then have to go to Apple to spec an iMac with a SSD as Very and others like John Lewis only sell the models with fusion drives,and the downside with going to Apple is that you won't get this sort of discount,if any at all.

Minimum cost of this machine from Apple with a 256gb SSD is £1839,so over £500 more,which is a waste for some who wouldn't benefit from a SSD.

In the couple of months I've owned my version of this iMac i can honestly say that i have not had any reason to want a SSD as everything that I personally use fires up straight away,even starting it up from completely off takes about 12-15 seconds.

Ok this won't be for everyone but for those who want a nice tidy setup with great screen for light use then this is a great deal at this price.
Biggunspaul03/10/2019 00:33

The only problem with that is that you then have to go to Apple to spec an …The only problem with that is that you then have to go to Apple to spec an iMac with a SSD as Very and others like John Lewis only sell the models with fusion drives,and the downside with going to Apple is that you won't get this sort of discount,if any at all.Minimum cost of this machine from Apple with a 256gb SSD is £1839,so over £500 more,which is a waste for some who wouldn't benefit from a SSD.In the couple of months I've owned my version of this iMac i can honestly say that i have not had any reason to want a SSD as everything that I personally use fires up straight away,even starting it up from completely off takes about 12-15 seconds.Ok this won't be for everyone but for those who want a nice tidy setup with great screen for light use then this is a great deal at this price.


I think the 2TB models and above use a 128GB SSD for Fusion drive. It's these 1TB models.
cantonbean03/10/2019 00:44

I think the 2TB models and above use a 128GB SSD for Fusion drive. It's …I think the 2TB models and above use a 128GB SSD for Fusion drive. It's these 1TB models.


Yes i think you are correct.

I misunderstood what you were saying and thought you were saying to go for a SDD only model.
Biggunspaul03/10/2019 00:47

Yes i think you are correct.I misunderstood what you were saying and …Yes i think you are correct.I misunderstood what you were saying and thought you were saying to go for a SDD only model.


TBH it really depends. I've got a MacBook Pro 2015 with pretty fast internal SSD and for day to day stuff I can't see a major difference.
Lets home 2020 will bring SSD only
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