Apple says not all iMacs will be available in Apple Stores Apple has revealed that only some iMac color combinations will be available in Apple Stores.

The company released a statement to reiterate that its new iPad Pro models, the new Apple TV, and the M1 iMac would be available for pre-order from tomorrow, and confirmed a May 21 release date.

However, the firm also revealed that not all of Apple’s new iMac colors will be available to purchase or view in Apple Stores, confirming only green, pink, blue, and silver options would be available from the company’s official retail locations worldwide.

Consumers who are interested in purchasing an orange, yellow, or purple will have to visit Apple.com and purchase their device online, which unfortunately means that you can’t compare all seven colors in person and instead will have to rely on YouTube unboxings.

“Featuring a stunning design in a spectrum of vibrant colors, the breakthrough M1 chip, and a brilliant 4.5K Retina display, the new iMac is much more compact and fits easily in even more places, transforming any space into anything users need it to be,” the company said.

“iMac configurations in green, pink, blue, and silver will be available to purchase directly at apple.com and Apple Store locations, and all seven colors will be available at apple.com.”

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