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Apple MacBook Pro MD101LL/A 13.3 inch i5 2.5GHz 4GB RAM 500GB HDD Mac OS Refurbished £221.85 at stockmustgo eBay
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Apple MacBook Pro MD101LL/A 13.3 inch i5 2.5GHz 4GB RAM 500GB HDD Mac OS Refurbished £221.85 at stockmustgo eBay

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Posted 29th Jan

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What condition is Redurbished? Same as Refurbished or slightly different
Kojo_Segu29/01/2020 13:58

What condition is Redurbished? Same as Refurbished or slightly different …What condition is Redurbished? Same as Refurbished or slightly different


The difference is, they get their lowest IQ staff employee to check it over.
says 280
Really tempted by this. Hopefully the hdd can be easily changed to ssd
xPabloz29/01/2020 14:02

Really tempted by this. Hopefully the hdd can be easily changed to ssd


Extremely easy, but they are slow and you have to cheat the system a bit to update to some of the later OS updates. I'd steer clear of these much older MB Pros
xPabloz29/01/2020 14:02

Really tempted by this. Hopefully the hdd can be easily changed to ssd


IT can.
Liam_D29/01/2020 14:04

Extremely easy, but they are slow and you have to cheat the system a bit …Extremely easy, but they are slow and you have to cheat the system a bit to update to some of the later OS updates. I'd steer clear of these much older MB Pros


Too late oos. I personally haven’t updated my 2015 macbook pro from high sierra yet as everything imo got worse with each update for me. Would love to get el capitan but not possible without trusting third party
xPabloz29/01/2020 14:02

Really tempted by this. Hopefully the hdd can be easily changed to ssd


Hang out for a 2015 if you can, best MacBook ever short of the brand new 16", and easily upgradeable to any size SSD.
Bit old.. but you'll still look cool in the coffee shop 😁
Edited by: "loxell" 29th Jan
b1g1an29/01/2020 14:09

Hang out for a 2015 if you can, best MacBook ever short of the brand new …Hang out for a 2015 if you can, best MacBook ever short of the brand new 16", and easily upgradeable to any size SSD.


Got two actually and its late 2014 just checked. Would upgrade when it fully ceases to work or if I magically get new one at bargain price
How old is this.
loxell29/01/2020 14:12

Bit old.. but you'll still look cool in the coffee shop 😁


Yeh that's what matters. I sit in coffee shops and stare at a blank screen to improve my self esteem.
Is this any good or much better a 2015 as mentioned here? Can this be updated to SSD? Thanks!
b1g1an29/01/2020 14:09

Hang out for a 2015 if you can, best MacBook ever short of the brand new …Hang out for a 2015 if you can, best MacBook ever short of the brand new 16", and easily upgradeable to any size SSD.


Which one are you referring to? Do you have the part number? Cheers!
Andreu3229/01/2020 14:51

Which one are you referring to? Do you have the part number? Cheers!


Mac models are officially known by whatever the product is followed when it was introduced eg MacBook Pro Late 2015 etc, actual model numbers vary depending on the whole spec so there are a lot of numbers for each name, any of the 2015 Pros are good choices though and still plenty quick enough for 99% of tasks. Changing drive means you can buy a cheap(ish) next to useless 128Gb model, slap in a 1Gb NVMe drive for £100 quid and have a laptop better than most new Windows based ones.

The 2015 models are the easiest and most trouble free to update to a new cheap NVMe drive, nothing more than taking the old one out and inserting the new one with socket adaptor.

Earlier ones can have various sleep and power usage issues if changing drive, later ones you just can't do it and is also when Apple started cutting costs by fitting rubbish keyboards etc.
Edited by: "b1g1an" 29th Jan
The prices of the 2015 pro 15" on ebay are outrageous what people want for them.
Sp0oner29/01/2020 16:37

The prices of the 2015 pro 15" on ebay are outrageous what people want for …The prices of the 2015 pro 15" on ebay are outrageous what people want for them.


Demand and popularity i guess.
xPabloz29/01/2020 17:53

Demand and popularity i guess.


Yep if people are buying them then it's the going rate. Being able to upgrade the ram and hdd and replace the battery is keeping the price up but the fact you have no warranty on a 5 year old machine is why I couldn't pay that price.
Can you even update it to the latest OSX?! Useless waste of cash.
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