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Lexar JumpDrive S45 128GB USB3 Low-profile size £18.99 (Prime) / £22.98 (non Prime) @ Amazon

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Was £23.99 for a while, has been more than £30 recently too. Now only £18.99 Handy for in car entertainment systems and enhancing storage of laptop with low SSD space such as a MacBook Pro 128GB. U…
GottaEat Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago17 Comments
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Price back up now. Please expire
Got a Samsung 128GB USB3 been using it with an HP250 which has 128GB SSD no over heating issues with those ones.
I have one in my XPS13. Does not overheat like the Sandisk ones do. They got crazy hot!! I use my Lexar constantly plugged in and used as storage. Perfect for that use
MJ10
Murgatroyd99
I just purchased for £18.99 non prime
I'm assuming because you added £1.01 worth of other goods to your basket so you met the £20 free delivery minimum?

@OP - good price for good usb stick.


​yes I bought two of them.
Murgatroyd99
I just purchased for £18.99 non prime
I'm assuming because you added £1.01 worth of other goods to your basket so you met the £20 free delivery minimum?

@OP - good price for good usb stick.
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Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display 13.3", Intel® Core™ i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB £799.00 Apple Mac 20% Credit To Account @ very.co.uk

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1. Buy an Apple Mac and select Buy Now Pay Later in checkout. 2. We'll automatically credit 20% of the Apple Mac price back to your account by 27th September 2016. Buy Now Pay Later allows you…
Iyarkai Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago17 Comments
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I ordered a 12" Macbook for my mother, I expect it to show up on Friday.
I want a Pro for myself but I will wait for the new models.
Bought a MacBook Pro 13". Thanks OP. I know the new ones are round the corner but for £200 I can't say no! Heat!
Skymonkey
Mathaeus
Skymonkey
Is this a good deal? Can you upgrade the HDD? I've got a mac 2008 and it's been upgraded to the hilt but only two hours battery and gets so hot it burns my legs.
You can't upgrade anything on the new MacBooks :( I have a late 2008 MacBook that is in pretty much the same boat as yours.. I removed the disk drive and put in an ssd as my system drive and put a 1tb HDD for storage and I upgraded the ram to 8gig etc.. I get about 3-4 hours without being plugged in :) for me it's not an issue as its no longer used as a 'laptop' and is almost always plugged in and is desked, I have a top line 2015 MBP for 'on the go' but i know how you feel.. If you are looking at these specs and feel you will defo NEED to upgrade them don't bother.. Pay a bit more and get the spec you want :)

Yeah, mine is used when I need it, which I guess isn't that often. It's been dropped, pulled apart, upgraded etc etc and works. Reckon I'll be using it still in 2018... Upgrading is part of the fun. I pay eventually go for a good hackintosh.


It'll definitely still be as good in 2018! There isn't really much difference in performance between the 2008 and the 2015! Obviously if I've got a lot going on in photoshop or Logic Pro then the 2015 inches ahead in performance but in real terms were in not for the battery and overall weight my 2008 MBP is still a beast :)
Mathaeus
Skymonkey
Is this a good deal? Can you upgrade the HDD? I've got a mac 2008 and it's been upgraded to the hilt but only two hours battery and gets so hot it burns my legs.
You can't upgrade anything on the new MacBooks :( I have a late 2008 MacBook that is in pretty much the same boat as yours.. I removed the disk drive and put in an ssd as my system drive and put a 1tb HDD for storage and I upgraded the ram to 8gig etc.. I get about 3-4 hours without being plugged in :) for me it's not an issue as its no longer used as a 'laptop' and is almost always plugged in and is desked, I have a top line 2015 MBP for 'on the go' but i know how you feel.. If you are looking at these specs and feel you will defo NEED to upgrade them don't bother.. Pay a bit more and get the spec you want :)

Yeah, mine is used when I need it, which I guess isn't that often. It's been dropped, pulled apart, upgraded etc etc and works. Reckon I'll be using it still in 2018... Upgrading is part of the fun. I pay eventually go for a good hackintosh.
waynebeetison
Its Very though, they wont honour any sort of warranty or help out with any issue, like the you cant return anything thats been plugged in which is against the law but you cant do anything.

Get AppleCare, Apple will sort you out. Some of the best customer service in the industry.
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Crucial Mac Compatible 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR3 1600 MT/s @ £32.99! @ Amazon - PRIME MEMBERS ONLY

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thanks for this deal and my old dell 7537 back to normal!:))
ukez
matt101101
This is a good price, I suspect it's got so cold because it says "Mac" in the title. These are just standard 8GB 1600Mhz DDR3L SODIMMs, they're not just for Apple computers! Heat added, for what it's worth. :)
It boggles the brain why people are so quick to cast cold votes without actually knowing what's what..
Sadly people are bloody stupid, but that's not really news... :(
matt101101
This is a good price, I suspect it's got so cold because it says "Mac" in the title. These are just standard 8GB 1600Mhz DDR3L SODIMMs, they're not just for Apple computers! Heat added, for what it's worth. :)
It boggles the brain why people are so quick to cast cold votes without actually knowing what's what..
This is a good price, I suspect it's got so cold because it says "Mac" in the title. These are just standard 8GB 1600Mhz DDR3L SODIMMs, they're not just for Apple computers! Heat added, for what it's worth. :)
Not sure what the cold votes are for, this is actually a decent price; these are usually around £49..
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11% Off Apple MacBook Pro 13.3" Retinas (at Debenhams Plus from £887.88p)

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Can be tricky to get ANY discount on Apple MacBook range - so if you are looking to buy now, these 2 offers are cheapest I have found and cheaper than Apple's discount 'Employee Purchase Programme' (a…
Eddie1985 Avatar2m, 3d agoFound 2 months, 3 days ago10 Comments
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jchung07
If this applies that's another 20% and lots of Clubcard points. Worth asking if they take the egiftcards before buying £800 of them as they are non refundable. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/debenhams-gift-card-20-off-tesco-25-voucher-for-20-pizza-exp-hut-new-look-itunes-2467542


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Not sold by Debenhams but a 3rd party with different terms and conditions.
himynameistom
I know Debenhams are a reputable company but has anyone ordered from this site? What is customer service etc like? Was going to buy a MacBook Air for 849 from John Lewis so an £80 saving is not to be sneezed at.


I've not used them but Apple do price match various online and retail prices at the managers digression
I know Debenhams are a reputable company but has anyone ordered from this site? What is customer service etc like? Was going to buy a MacBook Air for 849 from John Lewis so an £80 saving is not to be sneezed at.
Don't think you can include Quidco as it's not guaranteed.
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Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display 13.3" 512GB Flash Storage £1,079.20 with code @ Very

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I know that its apple and some will hate, but the code 6WTKT it takes 20% off the price - I've been looking around for these and haven't found a better price yet!
damper81 Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago69 Comments
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Currently have MacBook Pro and no extra charge, so far 0 hassles :)

Code doesn't work now however, have tried to expire but can't seem to do it?

Edited By: damper81 on Jun 05, 2016 11:14
I don't think it's worth the potential hassle
very has been a bad experience for me. They have a false price and cancel your order after a few days, while you are waiting for the product.
Can't be used on Apple products, meaning you'll be stung with the difference when they bill you later on.
Very are efficient when it comes to catching out customers using codes they either aren't eligible for or shouldn't be using.
They're also very good at not telling you that you'd been charged for it either, whether its to your credit account or as a later bill.
Best advice is to use a credit card and then fake your own death once it's delivered.
Surely if you used a credit card and Dnt have a credit account with them and paid for it straight away and they delivered it to you at the discounted price that can't charge you later or bill you as its there error and mistake
Its not an error or a mistake though. They clearly state the code can't be used in the offer for apple products. You're essentially willingly violating their terms for personal gain at their expense.
They have your payment details regardless of paying by card or not. If they fail to get the extra expense from those payment details, you'll be sent a notice asking you to cough up. Failure to acknowledge such a notice would lead you into all sorts of legal bother.
So people should be asking themselves if its worth the hassle down the line for little to no gain. The only benefit of using Very is down to their flexible finance.
If you want to use the code and refuse to pay down the line then go for it. But when some big burly bloke knocks on the door to take your possessions to pay for the difference don't go crying about how Very are **** or whatever, they're a business like any other. People are entitled to their own opinions of course, but Very have come a long way compared to what they were like a few years back. They're actually a very good retailer for the most part now, and sometime have good offers on price wise too.
They have two opportunities to validate the code, when applying it or when processing your order. If validation is successful both times and the item is dispatched (which is when a contract is normally formed in e-commerce), that should be that. Otherwise this kind of behavior potentially opens up a can of worms in distance selling.
If I go to a shop with a voucher, when I use it, the cashier carefully checks its valid, and if it is, then the purchase is processed with the discount and that's the end of it. They don't come chasing after your money if it turned out it wasn't applicable. Its just ludicrous.
Well for what it's worth I currently have an Apple MacBook Pro in my possession and have paid a lot less than expected. I guess it remains to be seen if they will attempt to charge me but so far so bloody good :)
Can't be used on Apple products, meaning you'll be stung with the difference when they bill you later on.
Very are efficient when it comes to catching out customers using codes they either aren't eligible for or shouldn't be using.
They're also very good at not telling you that you'd been charged for it either, whether its to your credit account or as a later bill.
Best advice is to use a credit card and then fake your own death once it's delivered.
Surely if you used a credit card and Dnt have a credit account with them and paid for it straight away and they delivered it to you at the discounted price that can't charge you later or bill you as its there error and mistake
Its not an error or a mistake though. They clearly state the code can't be used in the offer for apple products. You're essentially willingly violating their terms for personal gain at their expense.
They have your payment details regardless of paying by card or not. If they fail to get the extra expense from those payment details, you'll be sent a notice asking you to cough up. Failure to acknowledge such a notice would lead you into all sorts of legal bother.
So people should be asking themselves if its worth the hassle down the line for little to no gain. The only benefit of using Very is down to their flexible finance.
If you want to use the code and refuse to pay down the line then go for it. But when some big burly bloke knocks on the door to take your possessions to pay for the difference don't go crying about how Very are **** or whatever, they're a business like any other. People are entitled to their own opinions of course, but Very have come a long way compared to what they were like a few years back. They're actually a very good retailer for the most part now, and sometime have good offers on price wise too.

They have two opportunities to validate the code, when applying it or when processing your order. If validation is successful both times and the item is dispatched (which is when a contract is normally formed in e-commerce), that should be that. Otherwise this kind of behavior potentially opens up a can of worms in distance selling.

If I go to a shop with a voucher, when I use it, the cashier carefully checks its valid, and if it is, then the purchase is processed with the discount and that's the end of it. They don't come chasing after your money if it turned out it wasn't applicable. Its just ludicrous.
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Crucial ram memory 16GB kit (2 x 8GB) DDR3 PC3-12800,1600MHz for 2012 Apple Macbook Pro's, 2012 iMac's, and 2011 / 2012 Mac mini's Sold by majestic deals and Fulfilled by Amazon £56.48

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A bit of a niche deal this, but this is one of the best ways to increase the speed of your 2012 Mac Mini or MacBook Pro. This is the lowest price according to Camel Camel Camel. Excellent reviews,…
Lippo999 Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago19 Comments
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kristoff
How fortuitous. Voted hot and bought after reading the reviews. Thanks OP
Or you could have taken the advice above and waited for the imaginary CEX second hand stuff, possibly mismatched and not guaranteed to be the same Apple friendly spec! X)


Indeed :-)
kristoff
How fortuitous. Voted hot and bought after reading the reviews. Thanks OP
Or you could have taken the advice above and waited for the imaginary CEX second hand stuff, possibly mismatched and not guaranteed to be the same Apple friendly spec! X)
How fortuitous. Voted hot and bought after reading the reviews. Thanks OP
Flambo
cheesybeanzz74
get them in cex for half that price,cold.
Are you sure? Because I'm genuinely interested if it's true, the cheapest I could find is a single 8GB DDR3 SODIMM for £22.
No, it's not true. CEX do have a website and this is search results for 8GB DDR3
https://uk.webuy.com/search/index.php?sortOn=sellprice_asc&stext=ddr3+8+gb+204§ion=
Cheapest is £22 per 8Gb (so £44 for 16GB), but CEX are not very good at listing things so there is no way to tell if it is 1.5V or 1.35V.

EDIT: Also, while matched pairing is seldom important it is nice to get two SoDIMMs which are from the same manufacturer and the only way to ensure that with CEX would be finding them in a branch as their mail order (remember, postage + £2.50) cannot guarantee that.

Edited By: Gkains on Apr 10, 2016 08:46
cheesybeanzz74
Flambo
cheesybeanzz74
get them in cex for half that price,cold.
Are you sure? Because I'm genuinely interested if it's true, the cheapest I could find is a single 8GB DDR3 SODIMM for £22.
Yeh just keep checking stock.(_;)

Good stuff. If they're in stock - put a deal on here. if they're not in stock, then this is the best deal at this time. HUKD's and all that ;)
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Macbook Pro £699.00 @ Currys Pc World

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Great price for a Macbook Pro it maybe an outgoing model with a standard hard drive but drop an SSD into this and you've got yourself a great machine with the bonus of a dvd writer built in. Theres be…
The0ne Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago38 Comments
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I've got a 15" MacBook Pro mid 2010 model upgraded the ram to 8gb installed a 512gb ssd and runs like a dream not even thinking about changing it. Where as most people are changing there Windows laptops on average 2-3 year. So cost is all relative

I've got a Dell Studio 1747 that is similar age and have specked it to the same RAM and SSD. I have no plans to change it anytime soon either. Not an Apple hater nor do I knock there product, but like many feel they are over priced. Just because its a PC/Laptop running Windows doesn't mean its crap. Horses for courses
Jbdesignme
New one will be out very soon, will come down anyway when that happens. Not voting either way!


I don't think the prices will come down much further. It's likely the newer models will drop in price; I don't see this dropping further than £699.
Loving the Apple love/hate thing.
New one will be out very soon, will come down anyway when that happens. Not voting either way!
jasonwood999
dead4red69
jasonwood999
mateq
£699 for 4gb of RAM, **** resolution, 3rd generation i5 and lack of SSD?! Typical apple, I would rather go with generic Lenovo or whatever else, which offers MUCH more for that price :P
I have the 15 inch version, mid 2012 edition, and I did exactly what The0ne said - I upgraded to a 512gb sdd & upgraded the ram to 16gb - which was much more expensive than it would have been now but if I had done the same when purchasing it from Apple it would have been over a £1000 - it cost me around £350 - the ram was pretty cheap.
And I've been using it ever since. I think its a clever way of creating a brilliant machine - but I prefer the 15 inch screen rather than the 13.
Did you follow a guide to upgrade the ram?
I watched a couple of youtube videos about a hundred times - it wasn't too difficult - but I had to do a bit of searching for the tools, you need a torx screwdriver to open the case - I was nervous about it but it was pretty straight forward.

jasonwood999
dead4red69
jasonwood999
mateq
£699 for 4gb of RAM, **** resolution, 3rd generation i5 and lack of SSD?! Typical apple, I would rather go with generic Lenovo or whatever else, which offers MUCH more for that price :P
I have the 15 inch version, mid 2012 edition, and I did exactly what The0ne said - I upgraded to a 512gb sdd & upgraded the ram to 16gb - which was much more expensive than it would have been now but if I had done the same when purchasing it from Apple it would have been over a £1000 - it cost me around £350 - the ram was pretty cheap.
And I've been using it ever since. I think its a clever way of creating a brilliant machine - but I prefer the 15 inch screen rather than the 13.
Did you follow a guide to upgrade the ram?
I watched a couple of youtube videos about a hundred times - it wasn't too difficult - but I had to do a bit of searching for the tools, you need a torx screwdriver to open the case - I was nervous about it but it was pretty straight forward.

I need a new laptop, I'm very tempted by this...
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VicTsing Ultra Slim External USB 3.0 High Speed CD-RW DVD-RW Super Drive Player Writer Burner for Netbook, Notebook, Desktop, Laptop, Plug and Play for Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8 Apple MAC OS, £26.99 Fulfilled by Amazon

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VicTsing Ultra Slim External USB 3.0 High Speed CD-RW DVD-RW Super Drive Player Writer Burner for Netbook, Notebook, Desktop, Laptop, Plug and Play for Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8 Apple MAC
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DachshundCrazy
Heat from me, some of the cheap ones require two USB connections to work, this needing just one would be perfect for my Surface pro. thank you op :D

Your welcome lol.
it is a regular price, tomorrow it will be in lightening deals. that's when u can post as a deal :D;)
Heat from me, some of the cheap ones require two USB connections to work, this needing just one would be perfect for my Surface pro. thank you op :D
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wishihadadonkey Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago / expired 29 Feb 1629 February 20161 Comment
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Just tried to get John Lewis to price match this as they are also offering a 3 year warranty but this was their response:
We match prices publicly available to all customers, based on those displayed in a shop, on the high street competitor's own website, or the first price quoted to us over the phone. The price has to apply to an identical individual product in terms of make, model, size or colour. ... We don't match prices only available via 3rd party websites, or with voucher codes.”

Therefore, we cannot accept the price match as our policy defines we cannot match, "voucher codes."

Any ideas how I can get round this?!!
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Tucano Lampo Slim Bag for 13 inch Macbook Pro (or any 13 inch Ultrabook) £6.00(Prime) £9.99(Non-prime)

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Slim bag with triple compartment and removable shoulder strap, designed to store three devices. With a useful front pocket. might not be to everyones taste but a practical bag that offers protection a…
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now £18
Great value for a small case have some heat.
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2015 retina Macbook Pro 13 £869.00 at BHS Direct

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13 inch Apple Macbook Pro with retina display. Base model 8GB ram/128GB SSD. The 256GB SSD version is supposed to show much faster performance and be a very worthwhile upgrade if you've got extra
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mgk
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mgk
Uridium
Just be aware that if you plan to expand storage with a Nifty or the like that it reduces battery life as the Mac won't go into deep sleep mode with an SDCard inserted....
Personally I'd buy the 256Gb in the first place (especially if you plan to run any Virtual Machines)...and I'd also buy it from the Apple Higher Education store via a friendly student (everyone must know a student)
Then you'll get around 15% off Apple retail price and 3yrs Applecare hardware warranty thrown in.
cam130301
They no longer offer free apple care for students, however it is reduced at £48.
Over the last few Apple threads I have seen conflicting info on this...some say 3 year warranty, some say the £48 is for extra 2 years phone support - I looked on Apple and couldnt see a definitive answer....anyone confirm 100%
The HE store gives 3 years hardware & software warranty (like the warranty offered by applecare) but only 1 years phone support and uplift (covering carriage charges and so on if you need a repair) which you can upgrade to 3 years (which is then the full applecare package) for £48 (£60 mbp 15)
That's what I am hoping (just ordered via HE) but cant find it written down anywhere...indeed I looked further after posting and all I coukd find was US HE store which seemed to suggest only 1 year.
Not doubting you but is your info upto date? Thanks alot

When i bought my MBPr from the Apple HES just a few months back I got a separate email around a week later confirming the free warranty extension and then around another week after this (so about 2weeks after initial order) when checking warranty status from the Macbook service details option the online page had updated to the 3yr cover.
mgk

That's what I am hoping (just ordered via HE) but cant find it written down anywhere...indeed I looked further after posting and all I coukd find was US HE store which seemed to suggest only 1 year.
Not doubting you but is your info upto date? Thanks alot

Yes, you definitely get 3 years warranty from the HE store. The confusion comes from the fact you can buy applecare from the HE store - this only gives you an extra 2 years phone support.

I have confirmed that today with Apple chat (there is a link to chat from your apple store basket) so I'm confident it's up to date.


I would also add if you do use a nifty drive or similar, there is freely available software to dismount the drive on sleep and remount it on wake - I've not tried it but thought I'd mention it.


Edited By: samjac26 on Dec 15, 2015 21:04
samjac26
mgk
Uridium
Just be aware that if you plan to expand storage with a Nifty or the like that it reduces battery life as the Mac won't go into deep sleep mode with an SDCard inserted....
Personally I'd buy the 256Gb in the first place (especially if you plan to run any Virtual Machines)...and I'd also buy it from the Apple Higher Education store via a friendly student (everyone must know a student)
Then you'll get around 15% off Apple retail price and 3yrs Applecare hardware warranty thrown in.
cam130301
They no longer offer free apple care for students, however it is reduced at £48.
Over the last few Apple threads I have seen conflicting info on this...some say 3 year warranty, some say the £48 is for extra 2 years phone support - I looked on Apple and couldnt see a definitive answer....anyone confirm 100%
The HE store gives 3 years hardware & software warranty (like the warranty offered by applecare) but only 1 years phone support and uplift (covering carriage charges and so on if you need a repair) which you can upgrade to 3 years (which is then the full applecare package) for £48 (£60 mbp 15)

That's what I am hoping (just ordered via HE) but cant find it written down anywhere...indeed I looked further after posting and all I coukd find was US HE store which seemed to suggest only 1 year.

Not doubting you but is your info upto date? Thanks alot
mgk
Uridium
Just be aware that if you plan to expand storage with a Nifty or the like that it reduces battery life as the Mac won't go into deep sleep mode with an SDCard inserted....
Personally I'd buy the 256Gb in the first place (especially if you plan to run any Virtual Machines)...and I'd also buy it from the Apple Higher Education store via a friendly student (everyone must know a student)
Then you'll get around 15% off Apple retail price and 3yrs Applecare hardware warranty thrown in.
cam130301
They no longer offer free apple care for students, however it is reduced at £48.
Over the last few Apple threads I have seen conflicting info on this...some say 3 year warranty, some say the £48 is for extra 2 years phone support - I looked on Apple and couldnt see a definitive answer....anyone confirm 100%

The HE store gives 3 years hardware & software warranty (like the warranty offered by applecare) but only 1 years phone support and uplift (covering carriage charges and so on if you need a repair) which you can upgrade to 3 years (which is then the full applecare package) for £48 (£60 mbp 15)
cam130301
Uridium
Just be aware that if you plan to expand storage with a Nifty or the like that it reduces battery life as the Mac won't go into deep sleep mode with an SDCard inserted....
Personally I'd buy the 256Gb in the first place (especially if you plan to run any Virtual Machines)...and I'd also buy it from the Apple Higher Education store via a friendly student (everyone must know a student)
Then you'll get around 15% off Apple retail price and 3yrs Applecare hardware warranty thrown in.
They no longer offer free apple care for students, however it is reduced at £48.

How long has this been in place? I bought a MBPr in August from apple HES and got 3yrs Hardware warranty for free.
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MacBook Pro with Retina Display Intel Core I5 £899.00 # Edit now £889 with 2 year guarantee at John Lewis (other models also available at discounted price)

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John Lewis have price matched the Macbook deals from Currys but with the added advantage of a 3 year guarantee thrown in. Let the Apple Vs Windows debate begin.........again! Product information
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Hi, how did they match price after 4 months?i thought they price match only yoyo 28 days from purchase.
Thanks
fairytooth
Baccus
RCwatchlist2012
Inflammatory comments aside, is this accurate? The website only says 2 years warranty included and the 3 year one is £99 extra.
When originally listed it was with a three year warranty. Unfortunately it would appear that it has now been reduced to two years.
True but having bought one 4 months ago for £999 with 3 yrs warranty, JL have given me £110 refund to price match Currys and the warranty remains. Result.
I just completed their online enquiry form and gave details of the original order. They honoured it.
Hi, how did they match price after 4 months?i thought they price match only yoyo 28 days from purchase.

Thanks

fairytooth
Baccus
RCwatchlist2012
Inflammatory comments aside, is this accurate? The website only says 2 years warranty included and the 3 year one is £99 extra.
When originally listed it was with a three year warranty. Unfortunately it would appear that it has now been reduced to two years.
True but having bought one 4 months ago for £999 with 3 yrs warranty, JL have given me £110 refund to price match Currys and the warranty remains. Result.
cypaccountant
is this the latest macbook from apple? is there a reason to buy it directly from apple instead? thanks
Yes this is the entry level latest MacBook Pro retina. Unless you have access to Unidays (uni student) you will have to pay £100 more from Apple and will have to pay for a warranty any longer than a year.
fairytooth
Baccus
RCwatchlist2012
Inflammatory comments aside, is this accurate? The website only says 2 years warranty included and the 3 year one is £99 extra.
When originally listed it was with a three year warranty. Unfortunately it would appear that it has now been reduced to two years.
True but having bought one 4 months ago for £999 with 3 yrs warranty, JL have given me £110 refund to price match Currys and the warranty remains. Result.
Great, can't say fairer than that! Good reason to buy from JL rather than Currys.
is this the latest macbook from apple? is there a reason to buy it directly from apple instead? thanks
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Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display, MF839B/A, Core i5, 128GB, 8GB RAM, 13.3" £799.00 Zavi Outlet Ebay

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Cheapest price I have seen for this, even better than the last deal.
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I ordered on Friday and received on Monday. No problems with delivery for me.
Mod - please change 'crumble' to 'Christmas' :(
Avoid!! Would be supprised if the people that ordered them receive before crumble anyway. I ordered one when they had the eBay £50 off £250 & I messaged them twice a day for 3 weeks and only got ONE dismissive reply in that time!! Had to open a resolution case in the end.
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Can't believe they still sell them with that small a hard disc. Surely 256 should be the minimum by now??
Surface Pro 3 base model - 64Gb / 4Gb RAM
Surface 3 base model - 64Gb / 2Gb RAM
Surface Pro 4 base model - 128gb / 4Gb RAM
Surface Book base model - 128Gb / 8Gb RAM
So this has the same storage and RAM as the $1499 Surface Book (which will equate to at least approx £1200 when it eventually hits the UK) and higher specs than the comparably priced Surface Pro 3 and 4.
People will bash Apple for anything.
My 128gb model is loaded up with Adobe CC, Office 365, Dragon Dictate, tons of other programs and a Parallels VM with Windows 8.1 and still has 41Gb free.
This isn't Windows, you know, with endless redundant update files and an OS that bloats the living hell out of your SSD. Everything else (documents, photos, downloads etc) goes on a 128gb microSD in a concealed adapter.
Not sure why you've started going on about "Surface Pro" and I'm not bashing Apple I like and own their products I was just surprised that the base line model still has such a relatively small hard disc!
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Can't believe they still sell them with that small a hard disc. Surely 256 should be the minimum by now??
Surface Pro 3 base model - 64Gb / 4Gb RAM
Surface 3 base model - 64Gb / 2Gb RAM
Surface Pro 4 base model - 128gb / 4Gb RAM
Surface Book base model - 128Gb / 8Gb RAM
So this has the same storage and RAM as the $1499 Surface Book (which will equate to at least approx £1200 when it eventually hits the UK) and higher specs than the comparably priced Surface Pro 3 and 4.
People will bash Apple for anything.
My 128gb model is loaded up with Adobe CC, Office 365, Dragon Dictate, tons of other programs and a Parallels VM with Windows 8.1 and still has 41Gb free.
This isn't Windows, you know, with endless redundant update files and an OS that bloats the living hell out of your SSD. Everything else (documents, photos, downloads etc) goes on a 128gb microSD in a concealed adapter.

Yeah that's the thing! I bought a Stream 11 to take to the gym and it's a lovely bit of kit for what it is (crap trackpad though) but there was 5gb free on windows 8 and 8 and 10 are better then 7 by about 10gb! My Mac is about 11gb for the OS....people always forget that with Mac....running VM get 256gb...for most users 128gb be fine!
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You can format these to work on a PC instead of a MAC
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Cattle
Just a seemingly never ending supply of these recertified WD drives, I wonder how much data has been consigned to the digital void with these?
that is what concerns me on these
You can format these to work on a PC instead of a MAC

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This just reminds me why i dont bother posting on here any more...
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why is this getting so cold??!
i thought it was a good deal
I think people are sick of this deal coming up every few weeks
Understood, but conversely for many people, it's a notification that it's back in stock.
I personally don't mind reposts of great deals...I've gotten many great deals after a restock reposts
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MacBooks £50 off with 2 Year Guarantee @ John Lewis - MacBook Pros from £949.00

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All MacBooks are £50 off at John Lewis with 2 Year Guarantees This is an excellent deal for anybody looking to buy a MacBook perhaps for Christmas and, of course, it comes with a free 2 Year Guaran…
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I'd like that new Macbook,but I can't justify paying so much money for one.
mikebo1
Yay, twice the price of an equivalent non-apple spec; idiot tax.


Only idiots say that
oliver885
I actually heard rumour of this after Christmas in Early 2016, around Spring. ;)


Ah that would be around March/April for the annual upgrade cycle ;)
mikebo1
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Yay, twice the price of an equivalent non-apple spec; idiot tax.
It's not just about the raw spec but also operating system, build quality and so much more. Compare like for like and you'll pay just as much for a Windows based PC and of course, you'll have to use Windows.
Nope, a windows PC with the same spec and the same "build quality" will be much cheaper.
You don't have to use Windows with non-apple products.

XPS 13, Lenovo X1 Carbon, HP Spectre x360....errr same price as a 13" Macbook pro retina (actually all slightly MORE expensive when specced the same)
I actually heard rumour of this after Christmas in Early 2016, around Spring. ;)
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Apple MacBook Pro 13 Inch (i5, 2.5GHz, 4GB, 500GB, OS X Lion) £699.99 from Zavvi Ebay store

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Back at £699 ready for Christmas!!
Now back up to £999 (perhaps it was a bargain after all! ;) ) please expire
Link to the same deal a few days ago and the subsequent comments for those interested
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/apple-macbook-pro-13-inch-i5-2-5ghz-4gb-500gb-os-x-lion-699-99-delivered-zavvi-ebay-2302110
Apple still sell this model for £899 and this listing is the cheapest it can be found currently.
Added to this that many still prefer this model because it does not have the glued in components that the 'newer' models now have (making it upgradeable where the 2015 models aren't)

Edited By: Baccus on Oct 27, 2015 18:31
I really do like me apples, we've got a house full of them and this is a good machine.
But; this is still only about £150 cheaper than it was available for new, a whole three years ago. It should be cheaper.
I'm abstaining.
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I have always been an apple fan even thought prices are high but can you get this model cheaper anywhere else new?
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This can take 16GB which may cost £60-70 from third parties but the issue is that this is still a 2012 laptop. I love OSX but even lean OSX will start to feel a little tired on this hardware soon.
You can plug in a 2.5 inch SSD also but you will bottleneck at about 500MB/s. The latest, less upgradable laptops are now coming with the M.2 SSD's running at 1200MB/s.
This was still a great laptop for it's time but it's time has passed. (I'm typing this on one :-) )
- tonymac

OK, fair points, but where can I get a NEW Macbook that can still run the latest OSX reasonably well for under £700? I'm actually asking the question, it's not rhetorical, I need a new laptop and have a budget of £660-ish, and it should be as well built as a Macbook Pro, with useful touches such as the safemag AC connector that ensures I don't ruin the powercord OR the laptop's AC socket (traditionally both of these have ALWAYS been weak chains in the laptop link that both lead to catastrophic failure, either of the board the socket is soldered onto or ruining the expensive battery when it cuts out many times a day - even just havjng to replace the power adapter at £25+ a go is a problem) AND more useful new stuff like Thunderbolt? Where can I get that for £660? (I have a £30 voucher and saw a seller doing these for £690 with 10.10 Yosemite) Can anyone beat that before I pull the trigger? Please don't be shy!
I was looking at those aluminium Dell ones that cost almost as much as the Pro, but they still aren't anywhere near perfect, with more failings than the Mac, so what do I do??
Will upgrade to 10.11 fine and not a bad price considering its apple... Still... It's apple
Garagorn
Thanks OP. However, an alternative might be "Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display, MF839B/A, Core i5, 128GB, 8GB RAM, 13.3" for £817.45. This is a 2015 model also on Zavvi EBay outlet. Not a brilliant price, but more laptop for your money...http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/301763019910?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
Already posted as a good deal on here...

being offloaded due to 'staingate'?
http://www.macrumors.com/2015/03/16/retina-macbook-pro-stained-coating/

Edited By: Gold Feet on Oct 18, 2015 20:16
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£700 for a laptop with 4GB of RAM? Is this a joke?
Depends on what you want from a laptop. I prefer spending big on something that will last me years rather than upgrading every couple of years when my laptop lets me down. Since I switched to macbook the difference in quality is clear, even if I did have to spend big.
You know, I gotta say. people like you keep chaitng the mantra "something that will last me years". Just what exactly do you mean by this? How will a windows laptop that has arguably the same or better specs from 2012 not last longer? What do you think happens to non apple machines? Do they spontaneously combust? Do they develop cracks on them over time? Do they radiate so over the years they run out of atoms and what's leftover is just half a laptop? This logic just baffles me.
Any laptop, unless misused, from a specific time will last just as long as the other. This seems truer for macs as well, all you can do on them in most cases is watch youtube, browse the internet and send emails. Also when I say watch youtube, obviously I mean tread carefully on 1440P and 4K videos as macs don't seem to have a taste for flash.
Don't get me wrong, I have about 9 macs but really (and I am not criticising the merit of the bloody machine) but this reasoning apple-defenders have completely eludes me. It's like we all know you're trying to say "look, I would rather pay more for a prettier machine which will be shinier longer" but why you put on this facade of utter BS is anyone's guess.
I bought an iMac G4 ( the white half-domed one with floating screen) in 2002 and it is still in daily use 13 years later- it has never given me a problem. Nowadays it is relegated to just being my music jukebox. It looked great back in the day and it still looks great in my front room.
It did at one point have 8years+ as the recorded system uptime- until one of my friends used it whilst I was out and shut it down completely and pulled the plug out- because he'd always done that with his Dell. Whereas
my flat mate and I only ever put it to sleep- still wakes up and is useable within a second or so from sleep

Yeah we have two of those. One 15 inch and the other 17 inch. The only thing good about those disasters is the screen on the 17 inch was good for its time. Which is the thing with SOME macs, the screens are lovely. However I don't know if it is me doing something wrong but these old macs do not take either leopard or lion and you have to bypass some stuff to install the OS. Once you do, you cannot even run youtube videos on it. If your's is on an OS that's almost 10 years old and you're able to do stuff with it that's fantastic. However do remember what you said, this machine is being regulated as a music player. Well, I'm sorry but a cheap 20 quid chinese player can play music files. Also the thing about your friend unplugging the computer to shut it down is just one of those "old generation things". It has nothing to do with the facility apple has given you. My first computer in 1994 needed switching off when windows 95 said it is safe to shut down. All the computers after that actually had an option where they powered down (and up) on the press of a key.


​I think Goliath was simply making a point that it's still running fine after such a long period of time rather than bragging about it. The shutdown thing was just explaining why the 8 year system uptime came to an end, not showing off Apple 'magic'.

The G4's do take leopard depending on processor speed (I think greater than 867Mhz) but there is a way like you say of getting around it. You can't upgrade to Snow Leopard or Lion because of the move to Intel processors.

The YouTube issue I believe was due to flash. Not sure how they are now that it's all html5 (think) but I always used mactubes - not perfect but it did work to a certain degree.

I have a G5 that I still use occasionally and it still works fine, TenFourFox for browsing works great.

As for the deal itself, I think it's a lot of money to pay for the machine but it doesn't mean the machine isn't any good.
Thanks OP. However, an alternative might be "Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display, MF839B/A, Core i5, 128GB, 8GB RAM, 13.3" for £817.45. This is a 2015 model also on Zavvi EBay outlet. Not a brilliant price, but more laptop for your money...

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/301763019910?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
Already posted as a good deal on here...

Edited By: Garagorn on Oct 17, 2015 23:35: .
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cold could buy a top end gaming desktop for same price 8)
Indeed you could but not as portable and battery life isn't a patch on this. I did look at them as an alternative. Also, those gaming laptops look pretty horrific with the logos and multi colour lights coming out of them.
i was kidding. and yer i agree most gaming laptops look horrific
Yes, I did miss the sarcasm bit.
What did surprise me though was that a lot of the gaming laptops spec wise were phenomenal however I don't understand what they all look so ostentatious. The look of the thing isn't that important but man those things were ugly.
I am impressed by the way the market is going - offering a pretty powerful laptop which is fully mobile then an extra dock offering more grunt etc. Great idea which I'm surprised more companies haven't jumped on to.
razor do a couple of gaming laptops which look similar to macbook, albeit black, but you're paying through the nose for the small form factor, and the specs arent that great.
That's the thing, despite a lot of anti Apple stuff (myself included in the past) it does appear to be the best all rounder. I did look at the Razor but they only seemed to be available in the US? Schenker was another I was looking at but £ for £ seemed to be about the same as the MBP - however I am also conscious of resale value.
​resell value. Same as pc. I remember I have bought Mac book air 2010. After few hours of used for a week. It's terrible os. I want to sell for less than 30% of retail price
But no one want it. So much for resale value. I do get a lot of offer for Apple product less than 30% discount. Atm I have late Mac book pro 2013. Top of the range running with Windows 10. I mostly use Windows. I bought it for half price of retail value
That's just not true. All you need to do is look on eBay and compare a 2014 MacBook Pro to a similar Dell I.e XPS 15 from 2014.
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cold could buy a top end gaming desktop for same price 8)
Indeed you could but not as portable and battery life isn't a patch on this. I did look at them as an alternative. Also, those gaming laptops look pretty horrific with the logos and multi colour lights coming out of them.
i was kidding. and yer i agree most gaming laptops look horrific
Yes, I did miss the sarcasm bit.
What did surprise me though was that a lot of the gaming laptops spec wise were phenomenal however I don't understand what they all look so ostentatious. The look of the thing isn't that important but man those things were ugly.
I am impressed by the way the market is going - offering a pretty powerful laptop which is fully mobile then an extra dock offering more grunt etc. Great idea which I'm surprised more companies haven't jumped on to.
razor do a couple of gaming laptops which look similar to macbook, albeit black, but you're paying through the nose for the small form factor, and the specs arent that great.
That's the thing, despite a lot of anti Apple stuff (myself included in the past) it does appear to be the best all rounder. I did look at the Razor but they only seemed to be available in the US? Schenker was another I was looking at but £ for £ seemed to be about the same as the MBP - however I am also conscious of resale value.


​resell value. Same as pc. I remember I have bought Mac book air 2010. After few hours of used for a week. It's terrible os. I want to sell for less than 30% of retail price
But no one want it. So much for resale value. I do get a lot of offer for Apple product less than 30% discount. Atm I have late Mac book pro 2013. Top of the range running with Windows 10. I mostly use Windows. I bought it for half price of retail value
WBRacing
Tomorrow will be all about the iPhone, Pad and possibly TV. I'd expect the next Mac bump to likely be with a Skylake processor and is sure to be next year now.
I used to use the Edu link for my Macs, I think it is dead now though.
I'm interested to see what they do with ATV as it's been ages since the last update and that was only minor. As I said, I've had idea about any spec bumps on the Mac/Book range.
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adam0812

i thought the sunglasses smiley was enough to indicate sarcasm, clearly not
Shock news: Not everyone spends half their life learning what all the different smileys mean :{
a bit of intelligence is all you need pal

Since when did sunglasses mean sarcasm?
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And it is Broadwell, making it now a 2 generations old chipset.
Indeed, please find me a comparable laptop which ticks all of my requirements as well as this. It still benchmarks exceptionally well compared to laptops running a 'newer' chipset.
Apple are releasing some new stuff tomorrow (9th September), I've no idea if there will be a specification bump to the MacBook range, but it might be worth holding off a couple of days and looking into it further.
Tomorrow will be all about the iPhone, Pad and possibly TV. I'd expect the next Mac bump to likely be with a Skylake processor and is sure to be next year now.

I used to use the Edu link for my Macs, I think it is dead now though.
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Refurbished Apple MacBook Pro 13.3 inch, Intel Core i5 Dual Core 2.5GHz Processor, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, DVDRW and 1 Year Warranty £709.98 @ Idealworld.tv

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Well while you guys were all be-littling me, they have sold out...
Can't be that bad!
Depends how many were for sale? Maybe you bought them all.oO;)
Well while you guys were all be-littling me, they have sold out...
Can't be that bad!
cldox
benjammin316
Is that you Janice?
Under appreciated comment..was watching this for about 10 minutes, the bloke was so enthusiastic!


I loved how he kept calling it the apple pro book. X)
gilesrdavies
No guys, I think you have got to be mistaken...
This is a proper top of the range model it has a DVD/CD Drive and a MASSIVE 500GB hard drive.

The cheap Apple ones on their website only no have 128GB hard drives and no DVD/CD drive. So this offer amazing!


​are you stuck in 2010?
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
How much new?


​Thousands of pounds more!
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13.3-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (2015 model - Refurbished) - £849.00 @ Apple Store

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Latest generation MacBook Pro 13-inch, refurbished models now in stock at Apple online store. £150 cheaper than buying "new". This is the 2015 model which has a small speed bump over earlier ones,
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Find a student to buy one for you...you'll get this model for the same price with 3yrs Applecare.
Brilliant kit though. People will say it's expensive compared to a Windows laptop but when you compare the price of the 13" MBPr to a 'similar' build quality Ultrabook like the Dell XPS13 or HP Spectre x360 they are around the same price
How? As a student they told me it cost £930 with only 1 year for the standard 13" MacBook Pro, was planning to get it and upgrade to a 512gb ssd

Believe you have to login to the NUS site then through to Apple education store..there used to be a loophole to access without this but this has now been closed. Once you login this way you will see discount of around 12-15% on Apple store. be aware though that you cannot upgrade the Macbook Pro SSD yourself. It is not a standard SSD it is a PCI-E ssd...
Uridium
Find a student to buy one for you...you'll get this model for the same price with 3yrs Applecare.

Brilliant kit though. People will say it's expensive compared to a Windows laptop but when you compare the price of the 13" MBPr to a 'similar' build quality Ultrabook like the Dell XPS13 or HP Spectre x360 they are around the same price


How? As a student they told me it cost £930 with only 1 year for the standard 13" MacBook Pro, was planning to get it and upgrade to a 512gb ssd
hotdealseeker
Always select the 16GB RAM model of the MBA, MBPr as they are non-upgradable.
Refurb is better value for money.

Nonsense...8gb is more than enough ram to do almost anything in OS X and is likely to be for many years to come.
If anything upgrading from the base 128Gb storage to 256Gb is more important
Always select the 16GB RAM model of the MBA, MBPr as they are non-upgradable.
Refurb is better value for money.
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Fron Hong Kong sellers, when something goes wrong, how much is it to send it back?
Says UK sellers. If its new, the warranty will be with Apple UK anyway.
Apple warranty is world wide anyway... but keyboard will likely be US QWERTY. Small return & $ sign on the number 3...

No, the link to Amazon clearly shows sellers selling a new UK spec Macbook (keyboard and all) for a very similar price to this refub one.
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or a 3 year guarantee from John Lewis
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Just bought an 11 inch one for my new laptop. At £3 even if it doesn't fit I'm not going to be heartbroken! Great price.

Did the price go up a pound? I can't see a seller at £3.
Received today, the quality seems to be excellent but it don't fit my 15.6" Toshiba laptop :(

It is about 1.5-2" small.
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​Ditto 13 inch but that shows as £16.99 !!!
Just bought an 11 inch one for my new laptop. At £3 even if it doesn't fit I'm not going to be heartbroken! Great price.
15" one appears to be £11.04 now. Expired.
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Seems they have removed this now as it was still available on the macbooks I was interested in up until last friday. Any idea how often run these 3 year warranty deals? I've noticed this has been up earlier in the year.
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Isn't it amazing that this laptop has no price and it doesn't even take you to the item itself but guess what it's not been pulled up by the site and corrected with the correct details. Less and less people are posting on hear and I am not surprised at all. At one time it was about people posting deals now it posting its own stuff in order to promote adverts and tracked in order to make money.

Joke? *fewer *here
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Under UK consumer law Apple now give a 6 year warranty on all their products.http://www.apple.com/uk/legal/statutory-warranty/
That should be the same for all retailers, but if you buy an Apple product from John Lewis and take it back to the Genius Bar after a couple of years because it's faulty Apple will send you to John Lewis to sort it out.
I'd recommend always buying any Apple Product direct from Apple because if you book an appointment at the Genius Bar with an iPhone, iPad or iPod fault they'll fix or replace them on the spot.
If you get the item assessed and can prove that the fault was present at the point of manufacture...

I've bought the majority of my iPhone's direct from Apple and their customer service is second to none. Apple have the benefit of being able to swap things like iPhones, iPads and iPods out immediately if yours is faulty and I've never had to once prove there was a fault at the point of manufacture.

I've taken a few faulty phones back there and they have always replaced them or swapped out the screen if need be. I even bought a iPhone 5 that was over 2 years old from eBay a month ago that had a slight screen fault. I took it into Apple to see how much it would cost to fix it and they replaced the screen for free citing UK consumer law as the reason they were doing it for free.

Not saying the John Lewis warranty isn't good, but if you take a faulty product back there, be prepared to be without it for a considerable amount of time before its fixed.


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Under UK consumer law Apple now give a 6 year warranty on all their products.

http://www.apple.com/uk/legal/statutory-warranty/

That should be the same for all retailers, but if you buy an Apple product from John Lewis and take it back to the Genius Bar after a couple of years because it's faulty Apple will send you to John Lewis to sort it out.

I'd recommend always buying any Apple Product direct from Apple because if you book an appointment at the Genius Bar with an iPhone, iPad or iPod fault they'll fix or replace them on the spot.




If you get the item assessed and can prove that the fault was present at the point of manufacture...
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What does the 25quid cover?


Added Care covers against accidental damage for the three year guarantee period, with no excess if your laptop needs to be repaired or replaced.
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I just edited the deal. Thanks for letting me know
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Would be good if you could state what size it is.
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First post so be gentle. Visited my local Stormfront store yesterday to buy a new iPad and was pleasantly surprised that they now include a 3 year warranty and no extra cost. Included with all new
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I asked about the warranty in-store yesterday. I was told the first year is Apple's obligatory warranty as the manufacturer and the additional two years is with Stormfront. As they also offer 10 months' interest free credit, I'm tempted.
the 3 year warranty is NOT an Apple warranty. It is offered by Stormfront to consumers only as it is relies on them making a claim to Apple for reimbursement of the cost of repair under UK /EU consumer law which allows for UP TO 6 six years for a consumer to make a claim for a failed product. Consumer law states that it is up to the consumer to prove the fault was existing at the time of purchase (after the first 6 months, when the onus is on the retailer). However, Apple do not enforce this need to prove it and any Apple retailer will be able to offer the same compliance. The only reason to purchase the AppleCare extended warranty is that it provides telephone support and worldwide coverage, plus the ability to take you repair to any Apple reseller.
Why would you need an extended warranty on a premium quality product?
Equally, why would the manufacturer of a premium quality product not have sufficient faith in the longevity of its product(s) to include an extended warranty as standard?
just got my new 5k imac because of this great "at no extra cost" warranty. peace if mind at no extra cost unlike apple care.. no brainer for me. the guys spoke to me for at least an hour. alot more time than apple direct gave me.

top marks from me.
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First post so be gentle.
Visited my local Stormfront store yesterday to buy a new iPad and was pleasantly surprised that they now include a 3 year warranty and no extra cost. Included with all new iPad and Mac purchases. Good deal as they are an authorised Apple dealer so any work carried out will be done to Apples high standards. (don't shoot me if your not an Apple fanboy)
Mine was bought in Carlisle but is a national deal.

Regardless of the naff name opinions and the fact that the ip
to Stormfront belongs to someone else already.. the
company behind Stormfront, is going nowhere and have
traded and refreshed their brand for over 15 years..

Plenty of cash swilling around, award winning customer
service and they actually, being an apple premium reseller
keep the stock in stock.. unlike most apple stores!

This is a brilliant first thread Marty! Well done :{

Not being an apple fanboy and having never actually
bought anything for personal use by apple.. bought
loads for business/commercial resale use, this is a
brilliant bit of info, as a 3 year warranty is a 3 year
warranty with apple, once you have bought the item
it is of no interest to apple, where it came from in the
uk, as long as you have bought it from an apple dealer
or reseller that apple have on their list.

Can see this catching on with other apple buyers
and fanboys of the hardware, as 3 is always better
than 1.. unless you are running a marathon of course! :D
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Refurbished 2014 Apple MacBook Pro 13.3inch with Retina Display - £809.00 - Apple Store

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£809 for a refurbished item...
Benny why dont you .... off?
If you can not afford one, who should we blame?

You're clearly a mug.
Got mine and it's good as new, not a mark on it.
getting mine delivered to a shop near my house for today so will let you know how it goes....
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excellent - purchased and delivery tomorrow :)

My delivery got delayed an extra day and is now tomorrow, no reason given :( TYVM UKMail
excellent - purchased and delivery tomorrow :)
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£1129 in John Lewis, £979 on Apple refurbished site, so good price for brand new if your dont like refurb.

price drop is due to newer model out with faster memory & processor, better battery life and new trackpad, as sukhdev92 said above i'd go with the upgraded specs of the new one instead of getting this.
It's better to pay some more for the upgraded specs of the new one instead of getting this.
£50 off with O2 priority if that makes the price any sweeter.
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Interesting Mike, but the NUS discounts aren't as good as those old University links gave. Plus you don't get the additional stuff like free AppleCare.
NUS link gives you 15% off & free Beat Solo 2 headphones ;)
free headphones? how?
It's part of the deal. The £169 discount is apllied at the checkout.
ah ok
If you log into the NUS site (which can be accessed for around £10 a year, dont need to be a student), then the apple link, then the prices are automatically reduced & the Beat Solo 2's are included (you choose the colour etc), or upgrade to wireless for £100.
I've got a NUS card don't worry :P, also don't plan on buying(as there are far better headphones out there) I was just intrigued
Not for free there isn't ;)
But they're not free... you need to buy an apple product.

I was buying one anyway, hence they are free.
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Interesting Mike, but the NUS discounts aren't as good as those old University links gave. Plus you don't get the additional stuff like free AppleCare.
NUS link gives you 15% off & free Beat Solo 2 headphones ;)
free headphones? how?
It's part of the deal. The £169 discount is apllied at the checkout.
ah ok
If you log into the NUS site (which can be accessed for around £10 a year, dont need to be a student), then the apple link, then the prices are automatically reduced & the Beat Solo 2's are included (you choose the colour etc), or upgrade to wireless for £100.
I've got a NUS card don't worry :P, also don't plan on buying(as there are far better headphones out there) I was just intrigued
Not for free there isn't ;)
But they're not free... you need to buy an apple product.
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Interesting Mike, but the NUS discounts aren't as good as those old University links gave. Plus you don't get the additional stuff like free AppleCare.
NUS link gives you 15% off & free Beat Solo 2 headphones ;)
free headphones? how?
It's part of the deal. The £169 discount is apllied at the checkout.
ah ok
If you log into the NUS site (which can be accessed for around £10 a year, dont need to be a student), then the apple link, then the prices are automatically reduced & the Beat Solo 2's are included (you choose the colour etc), or upgrade to wireless for £100.
I've got a NUS card don't worry :P, also don't plan on buying(as there are far better headphones out there) I was just intrigued

Not for free there isn't ;)
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paulockenden
Interesting Mike, but the NUS discounts aren't as good as those old University links gave. Plus you don't get the additional stuff like free AppleCare.
NUS link gives you 15% off & free Beat Solo 2 headphones ;)
free headphones? how?
It's part of the deal. The £169 discount is apllied at the checkout.
ah ok
If you log into the NUS site (which can be accessed for around £10 a year, dont need to be a student), then the apple link, then the prices are automatically reduced & the Beat Solo 2's are included (you choose the colour etc), or upgrade to wireless for £100.
I've got a NUS card don't worry :P, also don't plan on buying(as there are far better headphones out there) I was just intrigued
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paulockenden
Interesting Mike, but the NUS discounts aren't as good as those old University links gave. Plus you don't get the additional stuff like free AppleCare.
NUS link gives you 15% off & free Beat Solo 2 headphones ;)
free headphones? how?
It's part of the deal. The £169 discount is apllied at the checkout.
ah ok

If you log into the NUS site (which can be accessed for around £10 a year, dont need to be a student), then the apple link, then the prices are automatically reduced & the Beat Solo 2's are included (you choose the colour etc), or upgrade to wireless for £100.
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Apple MacBook Pro 13.3 "Retina, i5-4278U, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD @ £894.94 Amazon Sold by Amazon

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I would vote hot but for an extra ~£60* you can get the 2015 model with the latest processor, better performance (from all the reviews I've read), 1 hour extra on the battery etc.

*PC World £999 with £50 off from O2 Priority
Great find. It's a shame everyones voting it cold for being an apple product!
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900 bones and all you get is a 128GB SSD and 1 megapixel camera?
Really?http://auto.img.v4.skyrock.net/3502/70853502/pics/3083084443_1_15_NSB643GX.gif
what would you get instead? MacBooks are the best laptops out.
I would get one with a 256GB hard disk, or an ultrabook like an Asus Zenbook.
and its windows, plastic, bad screen. bad keyboard, Have a look online to find out why MacBooks are the best.
I've looked online and strangely not everyone thinks Apple products are the best.
apple tech support is the best, Apple build quality, apple chargers build quality, best screen, A lot of reviews say it. Windows is just too far behind now, bad security, With this world how it is security is key.
Apple Chargers and build quality. I don't know what you're smoking but the Mag apple charger I have for my retina Macbook is the cheapest and flimsiest piece of rubbish I've ever come across. Of all the laptop chargers I'ver ever come across (HP's, Lenovos's - which have all had thick cables and were well built) the Apple charger is the only one with a warped cable after two months and heats up enough to make an omelette.
i have had my charger for 3 months constantly on, never heated more then a iPad charger. Yours must be faulty. look online and see which is the better laptops. that will settle it.
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900 bones and all you get is a 128GB SSD and 1 megapixel camera?
Really?http://auto.img.v4.skyrock.net/3502/70853502/pics/3083084443_1_15_NSB643GX.gif
what would you get instead? MacBooks are the best laptops out.
I would get one with a 256GB hard disk, or an ultrabook like an Asus Zenbook.
and its windows, plastic, bad screen. bad keyboard, Have a look online to find out why MacBooks are the best.
I've looked online and strangely not everyone thinks Apple products are the best.
apple tech support is the best, Apple build quality, apple chargers build quality, best screen, A lot of reviews say it. Windows is just too far behind now, bad security, With this world how it is security is key.

Apple Chargers and build quality. I don't know what you're smoking but the Mag apple charger I have for my retina Macbook is the cheapest and flimsiest piece of rubbish I've ever come across. Of all the laptop chargers I'ver ever come across (HP's, Lenovos's - which have all had thick cables and were well built) the Apple charger is the only one with a warped cable after two months and heats up enough to make an omelette.
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not worth the money imo, I would think twice even if it was 10 times cheaper. just today it gives me more headache than it does solve my problems. :(
Have you used one? I have one and they're the best laptops ever.
yeah I have. it felt restrictive and I'd definitely stay away. the UI is nice and smooth though, can't fault the screen either, but that's about it. not enough for me to fork out 900 quids.
i have a gaming pc and even prefer this macbook. I loved my pc but this macbook is incredible
each to their own I guess. for that kind of price I'd expect it to solve my problems, or at the very least not create new ones, but that's probably just me. :)
i just prefer quality not plastic.
can't agree more but I need it to be useful as well. if it gives me headache every time I use it, it's no good mate.
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Rakuten Apple MacBook Pro 13.3 inch £612.00 (+10.1% TCB = £550.18) at Pixel Electronics

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Mine arrived today. Spot on. got a message to say had been dispatched and 2 days later just arrived by Fedex. Brand new as just registered with Apple and full warranty as of today. Weirdly had Yosemite out the bag (probably further proof direct from Apple US). I would advise again using the adaptor for plug it comes with as wouldn't trust that as far as could throw it. I just used the longer uk plug part from my Macbook Air as Apple plugs are changeable....or buy the world adaptor pack for £25. Btw if you want to get £ on the US keyboard it is option key+3. Awesome for a machine I am going to lob in a SSHD 1TB in and 16GB of RAM for VM...plus can easy rip CD/DVD again...£588 after cashback for a machine that even with student discount would cost me about £770!
Are you sure Apple will honor the warranty? Mine is due to arrive soon but I was thinking of rejecting the delivery as the receipt does not show any VAT. I got it at £622 after cashback. I think the code was capped at £80 after a few sales.
Still a really good price. Don't see why not as showing as valid on their site. As far as I know Apple products have an international warranty. I did have an issue with my iPhone bought from Hong Kong but it wasn't they wouldn't replace it but they just couldn't on the spot as didn't have those models in (has extra LTE bands) but guy who booked me in from Apple phone support said they could.
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Mine arrived today. Spot on. got a message to say had been dispatched and 2 days later just arrived by Fedex. Brand new as just registered with Apple and full warranty as of today. Weirdly had Yosemite out the bag (probably further proof direct from Apple US). I would advise again using the adaptor for plug it comes with as wouldn't trust that as far as could throw it. I just used the longer uk plug part from my Macbook Air as Apple plugs are changeable....or buy the world adaptor pack for £25. Btw if you want to get £ on the US keyboard it is option key+3. Awesome for a machine I am going to lob in a SSHD 1TB in and 16GB of RAM for VM...plus can easy rip CD/DVD again...£588 after cashback for a machine that even with student discount would cost me about £770!

Are you sure Apple will honor the warranty? Mine is due to arrive soon but I was thinking of rejecting the delivery as the receipt does not show any VAT. I got it at £622 after cashback. I think the code was capped at £80 after a few sales.
Mine arrived today. Spot on. got a message to say had been dispatched and 2 days later just arrived by Fedex. Brand new as just registered with Apple and full warranty as of today. Weirdly had Yosemite out the bag (probably further proof direct from Apple US). I would advise again using the adaptor for plug it comes with as wouldn't trust that as far as could throw it. I just used the longer uk plug part from my Macbook Air as Apple plugs are changeable....or buy the world adaptor pack for £25. Btw if you want to get £ on the US keyboard it is option key+3. Awesome for a machine I am going to lob in a SSHD 1TB in and 16GB of RAM for VM...plus can easy rip CD/DVD again...£588 after cashback for a machine that even with student discount would cost me about £770!
Voted hot, Apple laptops are overpriced but for someone who wants to buy MacBook anyway this is a good deal.

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Crosskase Edge 13 for MacBook Air 13.3" £12.00

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Free delivery, originally £35. White and silver only, no more black. Ordered one of these yesterday for the new Mac. When searching on here for cases found only expired deals of this product, pric…
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I just got mine it was brand new a really good case.
jrah1
Grade B stock, ex-demo, etc. but decent enough price

The silver is nice
would've liked the black.

HOT all the same.

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Grade B stock, ex-demo, etc. but decent enough price