The new 21.5 inch and 27 inch iMacs are now available for order online from the Apple Inc.(NASDAQ:AAPL) Store.
They were already available at Apple's brick-and-mortar stores but became available at the company's online storefront early on Friday morning, AppleInsider reported.
According to the report, the iMacs are now available for order not only in the United States but also a number of overseas destinations including Australia, Canada and select European countries. This means that more people can buy it.
"Current ship-by dates are one to three days for the standard 21.5-inch model, which jumps to seven to ten days with build-to-order options, while the 27-inch version is expected to ship in two to three weeks. Configuring the larger iMac has no effect on its delivery quote," AppleInsider reported.
The 21.5-inch Mac is available at a starting price of $1299 while the 27-inch Mac is retailing at $1799 and onwards according to the site. A full-loaded, top of the line 27-inch iMac would be available for $4,300.
Apple had said on Tuesday that the iMac would be going on sale on Friday.
The redesigned iMacs that were unveiled along with the iPad Mini last month, has aluminium that is only 5-millimeters thick at its edge with a reengineered display which Apple claims reduces reflections by 75 percent.
Speed has also been increased due to the new quad-core Intel silicon and NVIDIA GeForce graphics processors, the latter of which is said to deliver up to a 60 percent boost in performance.