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1. Apple Watch Edition (2015) - $ 17,000
Apple Watch for the first time in 2015 with a starting price of 349 USD is considered reasonable. However, Apple also released another version of Apple Watch called "Edition" with a starting price of $ 10,000 for the gold-pink frame and $ 17,000 for the 18-carat gold frame. However, the market proved not too excited with the above devices. At the time of the Apple Watch Series 2, the Edition version of this watch only made a difference from a ceramic frame with a starting price of $ 1,300. By the autumn of last year, Apple discontinued the Apple Watch Edition line.
2. iMac Pro (2017) - $ 13,199
Aiming at professional users with high demand for machine performance, the basic configuration version of the iMac Pro (2017) was priced at $ 4,999 but its max version was priced at $ 13,199.
3. Macintosh IIfx (1990) - $ 12,000
At the time Macintosh IIfx was released in 1990, Apple had been producing computers for 14 years and sold 15 different models. Apple has promoted this device as a super-fast system that can create a focal point in the office equipment market. However, in fact, IIfx proved to be inferior to previous competitors.
4. Apple Lisa (1983) - $ 9,995
LISA was a computer introduced by Apple in 1983 and was valid until 1985. This means that if you calculate the inflation rate, this computer can cost up to $ 24,000 at the present time. LISA was the first computer to use a mouse with a graphical user interface.
5. Macintosh IIx (1988) - $ 9,369
Macintosh IIx was released in 1988 as an update of Macintosh II, meaning it also supported color screens. At the time of launch, Apple said the product could reinforce Apple's core business strategy and Apple's position in the high-end education market. With 80 MB hard disk memory, Macintosh IIx is priced at $ 9,369.
6. Macintosh IIci (1989) - $ 8,800
When it was released in 1989, although it only had 40 MB of storage, Macintosh IIci still cost $ 8,800.
7. Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh (1997) - $ 7,499
Twentieth Anniversary Macintosh, or TAM, was truly a unique technology product. It was released by Apple in March 1997, TAM is considered a product that laid the foundation for modern iMacs. Having sold nearly $ 7,500 at the time of launch, due to the less exciting market, less than a year later, Apple lowered the product price to $ 1,995 to clear the inventory. When TAM was sold out, Apple also discontinued this model.
8. Macintosh Portable (1989) - $ 7,300
In September 1989, Apple introduced its first mobile computer, although it weighed up to 16 pounds. This special made Macintosh Portable cost up to 7,300 USD.
9. Macbook Pro (2016) - $ 7,049
MacBook Pro was Apple's highest performing laptop line. It was not hard to understand when it always had a high price. The 15-inch version with 2.9GHz chip, 4TB of internal memory, 32GB of RAM and Vega 20 graphics card of the Macbook Pro (2016) cost $ 7,049.
10. Mac Pro (2013) - $ 6,999
The Mac Pro started at $ 2,999, but the 12-core version with 64 GB of RAM and 1 TB of internal memory can cost $ 6,999, bringing it to the most expensive Apple devices.
By: Gitta Russell