13.3-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (2015 model - Refurbished) - £849 @ Apple Store
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13.3-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (2015 model - Refurbished) - £849 @ Apple Store

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Found 28th Jul 2015
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, plus the addition of the Force Touch trackpad.

I have bought a couple of Apple Store refurbs before and apart from the box you'd never be able to tell that they are not brand new. They do a fantastic job of refurbishing them.

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refurbished apples,no thanks

Bruised apples.

Cold. I paid the same amount of money for brand new from Amazon.

Apple refurbished are like new...voted hot

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
Edited by: "Uridium" 29th Jul 2015

bull3t4u

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B00UY2U93W/ref=dp_olp_new?ie=UTF8&condition=new


Fron Hong Kong sellers, when something goes wrong, how much is it to send it back?

rodman

Fron Hong Kong sellers, when something goes wrong, how much is it to send … 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.
Edited by: "topss" 29th Jul 2015

Get a Hackingtosh instead. Cheaper.

Skymonkey

Get a Hackingtosh instead. Cheaper.



I''ve had a Mackintosh laptop before...a decent quality Dell Latitude running Mavericks...like chalk and cheese compared to a MBP

Yes it can be cheaper but kind of misses the point, with a MBP you get the combination of OS X running on exact hardware it is optimised for along with the MBP build quality...as I've said on a previous post to buy a non Apple laptop with the same build quality and materials will cost you just as much as an MBP.

Edited by: "Uridium" 29th Jul 2015

topss

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...

jackdopson2007

Apple warranty is world wide anyway... but keyboard will likely be US … 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.

Always select the 16GB RAM model of the MBA, MBPr as they are non-upgradable.
Refurb is better value for money.

hotdealseeker

Always select the 16GB RAM model of the MBA, MBPr as they are … 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

Uridium

Find a student to buy one for you...you'll get this model for the same … 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

trojanh

How? As a student they told me it cost £930 with only 1 year for the … 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...
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