Apple has made a few changes to its MacBook lineup today one of which is the price cut for SSD upgrades for almost the entire Mac lineup. They’re still expensive, mind you, but certainly not as expensive as they once were, which one can argue is a good thing. Expanding internal storage on an Apple notebook has never been cheap in the first place.

According to 9to5mac, the 4TB upgrade for the 512GB MacBook Pro has been cut in half to $1,400 from $2,800. Price cuts have also been made for storage upgrades on the iMac, MacBook Air, and the Mac mini.

This isn’t the first time that Apple is making such price cuts for storage expansion on its products. It actually did that earlier this year. The scale wasn’t as big as it is this time, though, as the biggest reduction at that time was $200 off the 2TB storage upgrade for the Mac mini.

For example, the 15 inch 256GB MacBook Pro can now be purchased with a 4TB upgrade cost of $1,600 instead of $3,000 previously. The 1TB upgrade is down to $400 instead of $600. Head over to Apple’s website now and play around with the different storage options to pick the one that suits your budget. It’s definitely cheaper now than it ever was before.

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