Apple has increased the price of some older products, including the iMac 4K and Mac Pro, by 20 per cent, likely because of the falling value of the pound.
As first noted by The Verge, the Mac Mini is now priced at £479 (compared to £399 previously), the iMac 4K now costs £1,449 (up from £1,199), and the iMac 5K now starts at £1,749 (up from £1,449).
Even Apple's bin-like Mac Pro, which hasn't been upgraded since 2013, has seen its price increased from £2,499 to an eye-watering £2,999.
This comes just a month after Apple took to increasing the price of its iPhones and iPads by around £100 following the following Brexit sterling dip.
We've contacted Apple to comment on the unannounced price increases but, unsurprisingly, we haven't heard back.
Apple isn't the only firm to take to upping its prices following the UK's decision to leave the EU, though.
Just this week, Microsoft said that some business software pricing will increase by 13 per cent and cloud service pricing by 22 per cent, as it attempts to counteract the effect of the instabilities caused by the decision to leave the European Union.
OnePlus also blamed Brexit for making the OnePlus 3 more expensive, with the price of the smartphone rising from £309 to £329.
"The worrying downward trend of the GBP may make it difficult to maintain our current pricing structure in the UK," the firm said earlier this year.
"Our margins have always been thin, and our expenses are mainly in USD. This being the case, sudden drops such as the one that the pound has recently experienced could have a direct impact on our prices."
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