MacBook Pro refurbished
When looking for a refurbished device, however, you should take a close look. The range is currently much more comprehensive than it was just a few days ago, and in addition to notebooks with the M1 Pro and M1 Max, there are also many with an Intel chip. In addition, it depends very much on the equipment, some versions are only a little cheaper than new goods or not at all. You can currently save a lot on the following devices, for which Apple recently charged up to 400 euros more:
14″ MacBook Pro M1 Pro (8/14), 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD – 1,919 euros
14″ MacBook Pro M1 Pro (10/16), 16 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD – 2,349 euros
16″ MacBook Pro M1 Pro (10/16), 16 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD – 2,549 euros
16″ MacBook Pro M1 Max (10/32), 32 GB RAM, 1 TB SSD – 3,289 euros
More offers at the Apple Refurbished Store
Apple also offers refurbished 13″ MacBook Pros with both M1 and M2 chips in the Refurbished Store. For example, the model with M2 (8/10) in space gray, 8 GB RAM and 256 GB SSD is available for 1,439 euros and thus 160 euros cheaper than a new device. At the price of The Californian company is offering a refurbished 13.3″ MacBook Pro with M1 (8/8), 8 GB RAM and 256 GB SSD for 1,229 euros. Anyone looking for a notebook with an Intel chip, for example because they also have to work with Windows, will also find what they are looking for in the refurbished store. A 16″ MacBook Pro with 2.6 GHz Core i7, for example, is available for 1,909 euros and thus 590 euros cheaper compared to the original new price. There are also some Mac Studio and Mac mini as well as iPhones that have been refurbished, but the MacBook Air with M1 or M2 is currently not.
Apple grants a twelve-month guarantee on all refurbished devices. However, as always, one should note that new devices are sometimes offered cheaper in free trade.
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