Every maxed out Apple product would cost an upwards of $72,000


With the release of the Mac Pro, and the highest-end model costing upward of $50,000, we were curious how much every maxed out Apple product would cost, so we headed to Apple’s website to find out.

Our shopping bag included every Apple product from each category, an Apple Watch, a Mac Pro and 16-inch MacBook Pro, an iPhone 11 Pro Max, Apple Watch Series 5 Ceramic model, AirPods 2nd gen. with wireless charging, AirPods Pro, and others.

Side note, we decided to include the AirPods Pro and the 2nd gen. AirPods with wireless charging given a statement made by Apple CEO Tim Cook during a conference call about Apple’s Q4 earnings:

“But I would guess that one particularly in the early going will be people that have AirPods today and want to have, also have a pair for the times that they need noise cancellation,” 

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For our Mac Pro, we went all out getting the most extreme kind with a 2.5GHz 28‑core Intel Xeon W processor with Turbo Boost of up to 4.4GHz, two Radeon Pro Vega II Duo graphics card, 4TB of SSD storage, an Apple Afterburner card and the stainless wheels (+$400). We also got the Pro Display XDR nano-texture glass version, the Pro Stand, and the VESA mount adapter. The Mac Pro and Pro Display alone cost $59,796.

As for our 2nd purchase in the Mac lineup the new 16-inch MacBook Pro, we once again went all out.

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In total, the bill was $72,066 not including shipping or any of Apple’s services like Apple Music, Apple News+, Apple TV+, and even Apple Care.

If you are curious about Apple’s services which include Apple Music, Apple News+, Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade, monthly it would cost you $30 (rounded from $29.96), or $360 a year.

Our full shopping list can be found below.

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Daniel, 25, has been following Apple products since the release of the first iPhone in 2007. He has been following the jailbreak scene since iPhone OS 1.0 in 2007. Around this time in 2007, he also started getting interested in developing apps and tweaks for iPhone OS devices. While he has not publicly completed any of these, he still continues to follow the Apple Beta and Apple Jailbreak scene closely. He also has a passion for web development and design.