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Posted 10 December 2022

2022 Apple MacBook Pro laptop with M2 chip: 13-inch Retina display, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD storage £1399 @ Amazon

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The 13-inch MacBook Pro is more capable than ever. Supercharged by the next-generation M2 chip, it’s Apple’s most portable pro laptop, with up to 20 hours of battery life.
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SUPERCHARGED BY M2 — The 13-inch MacBook Pro laptop is a portable powerhouse. Get more done faster with a next-generation 8-core CPU, 10-core GPU and up to 24GB of unified memory.
UP TO 20 HOURS OF BATTERY LIFE — Go all day and into the night, thanks to the power-efficient performance of the Apple M2 chip.
SUSTAINED PERFORMANCE — Thanks to its active cooling system, the 13-inch MacBook Pro can sustain pro levels of performance, so you can run CPU- and GPU-intensive tasks for hours on end.
BRILLIANT DISPLAY — The 13.3-inch Retina display features 500 nits of brightness and P3 wide colour for vibrant images and incredible detail.
HD CAMERA AND STUDIO-QUALITY MICS — Look sharp and sound great with a FaceTime HD camera and three-mic array.
VERSATILE CONNECTIVITY — Two Thunderbolt ports let you connect and power high-speed accessories.
EASY TO USE — Your Mac feels familiar from the moment you turn it on, and it works seamlessly with all your Apple devices.
SIMPLY COMPATIBLE — All your go-to apps run lightning-fast — including Microsoft 365, Zoom, and many of your favourite iPhone and iPad apps.
COMES WITH APPLECARE WARRANTY – Every Mac comes with a one-year limited warranty and up to 90 days of complimentary technical support. Get AppleCare+ to extend your coverage.
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    £1400 for a tiny 8GB(£25) of unexpandable RAM and £50 worth of SSD. Soon to be told it's completely normal to hammer the swap.
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    You can pay more and get a higher specification from apple if you are after more ssd, ram, gpu, cpu cores. What is your point here? Are you asking people to not buy apple because they are selling a product and service at a price that doesn't seem to be to your liking? (edited)
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