So you're thinking of buying a Mac? Excellent, you've come to the right place. Here, we point you in the right direction for your new Mac, whether that's Apple's own store, a third-party seller, or even refurbished or second-hand.
If you've yet to decide on which Mac to buy, you can visit our complete Mac buying guide. But if you're already set on the Mac you're after, read on for quick links direct to where you can buy your new computer.
Where to buy a MacBook Pro
Apple surprised us on 21 May by updating its MacBook Pro line for 2019. They're essentially the same as the 2018 models when it comes to design and features, but they have been given a big performance boost.
You'll find 13in and 15in models here, with 8th- and 9th-gen Intel processor cores and up to 8 cores for the first time. As of 9 July, Apple itself has stopped selling last year's 13in models without the Touch Bar, updating the entry level models with the new processors and tech, too.
They're the most powerful laptops made by Apple, and start at £1,299/$1,299.
Be sure to check which model you're getting when buying from anywhere other than Apple - some may not have updated their listings pages with the newest models yet so if you're after the 2019 models make sure you look closely.
For more information, read our MacBook Pro review.
Where to buy a MacBook
Apple's 12in MacBook was discontinued by the company on 9 July. This doesn't come as a huge surprise following the redesign of the MacBook Air in 2018, which made the two models very similar. The MacBook was built more for style and portability than for the practicalities of powerful computing.
While it's no longer available to buy from Apple, at time of writing you can find the 12in MacBook in Apple's Refurbished Store, and third party resellers are likely to continue selling it until stocks have depleted.
Check out the best MacBook deals here.
For more information, read our 12in MacBook review.
Where to buy a MacBook Air
The MacBook Air also got a spec bump as part of Apple's 9 July updates. It's Apple's ultra thin and incredibly light laptop, available with a 13in screen. It now has True Tone as part of its Retina display, and the price has been reduced from £1,199/$1,199 to £1,099/$1,099.
Make sure you're looking at the right model when shopping for a MacBook Air - not all of the retailers listed there stock the newer model at time of writing. The newest model was released in July 2019.
Where to buy an iMac
Onto desktop Macs now, starting with Apple's most famous Mac – the iMac. First introduced in 1998, causing shockwaves in personal computing, the iMac is now incredibly thin yet manages to house everything it needs behind its gorgeous display.
You can get the iMac with a 21.5in display or a 27in display with varying specs that'll change the price and power. Note that Apple released a new iMac on in March 2019, so be sure you're getting the newer model if that's the one you're after.
Otherwise you may be able to find some cheap deals on the older models if you're happy to get the lower spec. Also see the best iMac deals.
Find out more in our iMac reviews.
Where to buy an iMac Pro
The iMac Pro is Apple's very latest iMac, all-new and all-powerful. That comes at a price, though, starting at a whopping £4,899/$4,999. Find out more in our iMac Pro review.
Where to buy a Mac Pro
The Mac Pro is Apple's professional Mac with a price tag to match, starting at £2,999/$2,999. At WWDC 2019, Apple unveiled a new Mac Pro that's coming this autumn, but for now the older model is still on sale. You can find out everything you need to know about the new Mac Pro here.
For more information, visit our Mac Pro review.
Where to buy a Mac mini
The Mac mini is Apple's compact desktop computer, and despite a recent price increase with its new design, it is the cheapest Mac starting at £799/$799.
Find out more in our Mac mini review.
If you are unsure about the Mac you are thinking of buying, here's how to tell How old is the Mac.