Posted 24 May 2023

Apple Certified Refurbished 14-inch MacBook Pro Apple M2 Pro - £1829 @ Apple

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Other configurations available on Apple's refurb site, good price for a Mac that launched this year

Originally released January 2023
14.2-inch (diagonal) Liquid Retina XDR display;1 3024x1964 native resolution at 254 pixels per inch
16GB unified memory
Touch ID
1080p FaceTime HD camera
Three Thunderbolt 4 (USB-C) ports
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  1. joebaker123's avatar
    almost 2k for
    16GB of ram
    512GB SSD
    14" inch non touch screen
    and all this refurbrished ?

    The apple tribe never ceases to amaze me.
    pb-live's avatar
    Another one ignoring the simple fact this does not equate to the same spec as PC.  Obviously never used a Mac.  It’s not about whether you like them or not, it’s about not applying schoolyard logic to every single Mac thread like some 5 year old looking for attention.
  2. turbomonkey911's avatar
    £1800 for a refurb that also only has 16gb ram and a piddly 512gb ssd storage??!!, what am I missing here?.
    Max_111's avatar
    Amazing cpu, amazing battery life, amazing build quality and amazing screen.
  3. NCS's avatar
    I've no idea about these tbh so i'd appreciate some advice Please ? i'm just lookin one for browsing and if poss with usb connections to use my printer - any advice would be welcome as I don't want to pay over the odds for things I don't need
    netdudeuk's avatar
    You could consider a new MacBook Air for just over half of the price of this one. It depends on what features you’re wanting.
  4. Nfakkhan's avatar
    How much better is this then the M1 Pro any point upgrading?
    medicgaming123's avatar
    It’s actually a downgrade in the SSD department. Especially for content related stuff where the significantly slower SSD in the base 14 and 16 inch m2 pro actually more than offset the performance gains. Reason why I never bothered getting the m2 systems to begin with. Unless you go for the 1TB version or higher then it’s actually worse.
  5. GMac11's avatar
    Worth every penny just to not have to use Windows
  6. cigbunt's avatar
    Was hoping to upgrade my m1 air with 8gb/512gb but looking at the used market my air is only worth about 600. It doesn’t make sense to sell at that price.. so bang for buck the airs probably unbeatable. (edited)
  7. geforce's avatar
    Great price!
  8. JJJZ's avatar
    One thing to consider is the M1 Pro deal for example from Costco is 16 inch and has 2 years warranty. I went with the Costco deal brand new.
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