Apple is going to start selling the new 24-inch iMac in every color in retail stores soon

Earlier this year, Apple welcomed a redesigned, much more colorful iMac to the lineup. With its 24-inch display, an the M1 processor under the hood, it certainly stands out as a great new desktop option. However, availability is still not great, and some color options aren’t available in Apple’s physical retail stores at all.

But, according to Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, that’s going to be changing soon. He reports that, following the upcoming California Streaming event on Tuesday, September 14, 2021, Apple is going to start selling all of its brand new color options for the 24-inch iMac.

As it stands right now, Apple retail stores currently have a few different color options to choose from (with stock fluctuating on a daily basis, mind you). That includes blue, silver, pink, and green. The purple, yellow, and orange options haven’t been available in the physical stores since the desktop’s launch, though.

Gurman’s reporting says Apple will alleviate that problem starting next week.

While it’s possible that stock will still be limited, and therefore some customers may still find their best bet to order online with at-home delivery, this is good that Apple’s finally going to have the option to buy in-store. Of course, if you want to see what orange, yellow, and purple look like in person before buying them, you can head over to a physical retail store and check them out — even before Apple starts selling them in stores.

If you picked up a new iMac, which color did you go with?