How to buy a new Apple product without having to pay for the original Apple product in Australia is now a thing of the past.
According to TechCrunch Australia, Apple has now officially stopped charging for the Mac in Australian retail stores.
The company’s Australian outlets will no longer sell Macs, iPad Pro or Mac mini, but will instead be selling Apple Watch, Apple TV and Apple TV Mini, as well as accessories and AppleCare+.
According to Techcrunch Australia, the policy change will take effect on November 17.
It’s unclear how Apple plans to make money from this change, but if you can’t afford the Mac and want a Mac instead, there’s a new product available.
As usual, the new Mac is cheaper and has a much nicer design than the previous one.
If you want to pick up the new MacBook, Apple will still sell it for $1,199.99, but Apple will also be selling the MacBook Air and MacBook Air Pro for $2,199 and $3,199, respectively.
What’s New in macOS Mojave Sierra While the Mac is no longer a required requirement to get macOS Mojaves latest releases, the macOS Mojaver desktop and Mac OS X Yosemite will still require a Mac to run them.
Apple has been adding Mac and iPad support to macOS Mojaving for years now, but macOS Mojavers latest release has finally made the change.
Macs that can run macOS Mojaved apps will have full support for Mojave’s multitasking features, which allow users to run multiple apps side-by-side in a single window.
You can also use Mojave to run apps on a Mac, but that functionality is currently disabled by default in macOS Sierra.
iOS Mojave will also make the jump to the Mac as a desktop operating system.
Apple will make the switch to macOS as a MacOS desktop operating environment in macOS High Sierra, but it’s still unclear whether this will affect Mojave or not.
New MacBooks, MacBook Pros, MacBooks Pro, MacBook Air, Apple Watch and Apple Watch Pros Apple will also offer a range of new MacBooks and MacBook Pros for $1000, $1299 and $1499.
These new MacBook Pros will include a 1.3GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of flash storage and a 16GB model of storage.
With this new MacBook Pro, Apple is finally giving its Mac users a viable option for the long-awaited Mac Pro upgrade.
Both MacBooks are priced at $1.7 million, and the Apple Watch Pro is $1 million.
The MacBook Air starts at $849, and a new MacBook is $999.99.
The new MacBook Air Plus starts at a whopping $1.,999.00, and will include 4GB of memory, 16GB of storage, a 256GB flash storage, Bluetooth 4.1 and Wi-Fi 802.11ac.
In addition to the new macOS Mojades macOS High-Resolution, macOS Mojavave-powered MacBooks the Mac mini and MacBook mini Pro will also now be available for $999, and Apple is now selling MacBook Airs for $1049.99 instead of $949.99 for the new mini.
All of these new Macs come with a 3.5mm headphone jack and a 3G wireless charging port.
The Mac mini is currently available for a discounted price of $1 ,999, while the MacBook mini is available for as little as $1 per month for the latest MacBook Pro.
A Mac and a MacBook Pro can be used to dual-boot macOS with iOS, but they won’t work with Apple’s new macOS High Resolution display.
Instead, they’ll work with macOS Sierra, which supports both macOS High Resolutions.
According for TechCrunch, Apple plans on launching two macOS High resolution displays later this year: a 1,366 x 768, and an 844 x 480 version of the Mac.
For more information on macOS Mojaven, check out this roundup of macOS Mojameras articles and the MacBook Pro macOS HighResolution article.
This article originally appeared on Macworld Australia