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Originally released October 2012
13.3-inch (diagonal) Retina display; 2560-by-1600 resolution at 227 pixels per inch
8GB of 1600MHz DDR3L SDRAM
128GB Flash Storage

720p FaceTime HD Camera

Intel HD Graphics 4000
Apple Certified Refurbished Products

- Quality products, great prices
- Stringent refurbishment process prior to sale
- Covered by Apple's One-Year Limited Warranty
- AppleCare Protection Plan can be purchased
- Supplies are limited

They've just been updated once more these MBP's, but is a good price for specs (usually £1100+). Have bought Apple refurb myself and good as new..

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What a deal.
128 GB - much memory!
720p Camera - Such Wow!
It's like living in the future if we were in 2004. How can Apple really ask for that amount for a laptop that was dated when it was released?!

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#1
great price
#2
Bargain for the rMBP, these cost well over £1k new
#3
Ordered one about 2 hours ago, looked like a great deal
2 Likes #4
J400uk
Bargain for the rMBP, these cost well over £1k new
But this model is 2 years old and a refurb.
2 Likes #5
Overpriced for late 2012 imo.
#6
few weeks back Littlewood/Bargin crazy were selling same one for around £549 with discounts. but obvious it got cleared straight away. £800 sounds quite expensive for the refurbish.
#7
Not sure where the OP got the details from but the October 2013 refurb is that price.

The Macbook Pros have all had a refresh (Processor and increase of standard ram) and price reduction (except the non retina - that just had £100 off) so it explains the cheaper refurbs.



Edited By: Kebabselector on Jul 29, 2014 16:34
#8
Have the new models been released in the UK yet?
#9
OOS now the 4GB Ram is available for £799
#10
andrewmcgregor
Have the new models been released in the UK yet?

They're on the Apple website with 24hrs delivery - so expect Apple stores to have them in over the next day or so.
#11
3% Quidco too
#12
I never understand the logic of people saying that this was X amount new and that because it cheaper now it must be a great deal. Anything last gen or refurb will be less than new.
#13
October 2013 model not 2014 as stated above
1 Like #14
[quote=Robb2001]October 2013 model not 2012 even
#15
Just went for one. The 2012 model had 8GB RAM but the 2013 model on there now is 4GB but is also the faster 2013 model which also has the Intel Iris graphics.

Product Information

Originally released October 2013
Refurbished 13.3-inch MacBook Pro 2.4GHz Dual-core Intel i5 with Retina Display
13.3-inch (diagonal) Retina display; 2560x1600 resolution at 227 pixels per inch
4GB of 1600MHz DDR3L SDRAM
128GB flash storage1
720p FaceTime HD camera
Intel Iris Graphics

Cheers OP


Edited By: wozwebs on Jul 29, 2014 16:56
15 Likes #16
What a deal.
128 GB - much memory!
720p Camera - Such Wow!
It's like living in the future if we were in 2004. How can Apple really ask for that amount for a laptop that was dated when it was released?!
#17
With the new models out are we going to find the 2013 models available new at this price?
banned#18
lol 227ppi? about as sharp as an apple, apple fanboys will purchase anything. Cold.
#19
These have two hours less battery life due to being pre-Haswell too, but otherwise a great deal. You can upgrade the SSD although there aren't many suppliers around.
#20
Says 9 hours battery life for the 2013 model that i've ordered.
2 Likes #21
Always a joy to see people who can't afford these moaning, my MBP has been going strong since 2012 and will be buying the new ones releasing in October
3 Likes #22
jackwang
lol 227ppi? about as sharp as an apple, apple fanboys will purchase anything. Cold.

If there's one thing you can't really criticise about rMBPs it's the screen oO
#23
josephmccowie
jackwang
lol 227ppi? about as sharp as an apple, apple fanboys will purchase anything. Cold.

If there's one thing you can't really criticise about rMBPs it's the screen oO

Acer probably have one with better ppi and you can buy it from Sainsburys for £299 which obviously means it's miles better! ;)
#24
Wonder how much apple would charge for a standalone samsung rebranded 128gb ssd? I mean... In the iPhone they charge a killer premium. One plus? An extra 50 between 16 and 64gb. Take a leaf apple. Take a leaf.
#25
cold i can get a desktop pc from the rubbish dump
2 Likes #26
wozwebs
josephmccowie
jackwang
lol 227ppi? about as sharp as an apple, apple fanboys will purchase anything. Cold.

If there's one thing you can't really criticise about rMBPs it's the screen oO

Acer probably have one with better ppi and you can buy it from Sainsburys for £299 which obviously means it's miles better! ;)

Ah yeah, and Acer now include a free roll of Sellotape to stick the thing back together after you so much as blow on it.
#27
josephmccowie
jackwang
lol 227ppi? about as sharp as an apple, apple fanboys will purchase anything. Cold.

If there's one thing you can't really criticise about rMBPs it's the screen oO

Actually that's the main thing that does draw criticism.

Most of them have very poor uniformity and discolouration to one side, very much like every iPhone and iPad made.
#28
jackwang
lol 227ppi? about as sharp as an apple, apple fanboys will purchase anything. Cold.

Maybe so, but I own one and it looks really sharp. Better than having a high res laptop running windows - you can barely read the writing (I put Windows 8.1 on it to see what it was like).

Personally, I wouldn't pay 800 for this. The onboard graphics tends to struggle pushing all the pixels and there's noticeable lag when watching 1080p video at times, even more so when watching 1440p.
#29
striker33
josephmccowie
jackwang
lol 227ppi? about as sharp as an apple, apple fanboys will purchase anything. Cold.

If there's one thing you can't really criticise about rMBPs it's the screen oO

Actually that's the main thing that does draw criticism.

Most of them have very poor uniformity and discolouration to one side, very much like every iPhone and iPad made.

I guess they got it right with my late-2013 15-inch model or I got lucky as I'm a bit of a perfectionist and ran several tests and it looked fine :)
#30
josephmccowie
striker33
josephmccowie
jackwang
lol 227ppi? about as sharp as an apple, apple fanboys will purchase anything. Cold.

If there's one thing you can't really criticise about rMBPs it's the screen oO

Actually that's the main thing that does draw criticism.

Most of them have very poor uniformity and discolouration to one side, very much like every iPhone and iPad made.

I guess they got it right with my late-2013 15-inch model or I got lucky as I'm a bit of a perfectionist and ran several tests and it looked fine :)

Same. Not noticed any issues myself and I'm very fussy when it comes to screen defects.
Great machine although it does run a little hotter than I thought it would. 60ºC while typing this and 70 isn when watching a 1080p movie. Using Chrome to watch Youtube puts the temps through the roof up to tjmax.
#31
voted hot! yes you can get alot more hardware for your buck - but the OS is a fantastic user experience. That's easily worth paying a few extra hundred for, considering most people use these devices for hours each day.
#32
expired? Only can see released October 2013 model for £799

Originally released October 2013
13.3-inch (diagonal) Retina display; 2560x1600 resolution at 227 pixels per inch
4GB of 1600MHz DDR3L SDRAM
128GB flash storage1
720p FaceTime HD camera
Intel Iris Graphics
#33
whats the link ???
#34
K1LLER HORNET
josephmccowie
striker33
josephmccowie
jackwang
lol 227ppi? about as sharp as an apple, apple fanboys will purchase anything. Cold.

If there's one thing you can't really criticise about rMBPs it's the screen oO

Actually that's the main thing that does draw criticism.

Most of them have very poor uniformity and discolouration to one side, very much like every iPhone and iPad made.

I guess they got it right with my late-2013 15-inch model or I got lucky as I'm a bit of a perfectionist and ran several tests and it looked fine :)

Same. Not noticed any issues myself and I'm very fussy when it comes to screen defects.
Great machine although it does run a little hotter than I thought it would. 60ºC while typing this and 70 isn when watching a 1080p movie. Using Chrome to watch Youtube puts the temps through the roof up to tjmax.

Hmm, that is a little hot. I'm running at 44ºC typing this with 8 tabs open in Chrome and iTunes/Last.fm in the background. Pretty hot/humid day today, too, so a little hotter than normal.
1 Like #35
£800 refurb? Ridiculous. Cold
1 Like #36
zungybungy
2 years old refurb laptop for 800? This is why Apple has 160 Billions $ in cash

Yep - precisely. Their laptops hold onto their value like glue, which has to say something about the quality of them.
#37
Boycott apple!
#38
yrreb88
Boycott apple!

I sincerely hope this isn't an attempt to steer this thread towards a Hamas/Israel debate.
#39
josephmccowie
yrreb88
Boycott apple!

I sincerely hope this isn't an attempt to steer this thread towards a Hamas/Israel debate.

The what what who now? :p

Edited By: yrreb88 on Jul 29, 2014 19:20
1 Like #40
josephmccowie
zungybungy
2 years old refurb laptop for 800? This is why Apple has 160 Billions $ in cash

Yep - precisely. Their laptops hold onto their value like glue, which has to say something about the quality of them.

No it just means people pay for the branding. Apple use the same components made by other manufacturers. You don't have to pay through the nose for quality.

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