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MacBook Pro 16-inch, 16GB RAM, 512GB Storage - Space Grey - £2184.93 @ Amazon
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MacBook Pro 16-inch, 16GB RAM, 512GB Storage - Space Grey - £2184.93 @ Amazon

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Ouch. Don't think the kids are getting one each of this for Christmas.
Krcs through amazon.

If people are having to discount this within two weeks of it being released surely it indicates either uptake is low or they know once the initial surge has gone people won’t be spending this much on a laptop. It’s getting out of hand and I’m a long term Apple devotee.

Wish my wages went up as quickly as their product prices did!
Queue the usual debate over Apple’s profit margins and how Windows is “superior”.
I saw this a couple of days ago and thought it’s a pretty decent price - worth saving a couple of hundred quid over Apple’s price.
Allan_McAvoy26/11/2019 09:14

[Image] Save a whole 5p


I wish I had a Time machine. I could have purchased a lot with this 5p during the time of Shakespeare .
Value wise I'm still running a 2011 15" MBP (bought new) and it still works and runs great as my main PC in the house, I just put an SSD in it a few years back.
For this price someone can buy 2 gold bar worth £1000 each and still spare some cash and price go high every year for gold, is that any thing this Mac can do which can’t be done from half price laptop ?
paulj4826/11/2019 09:49

Value wise I'm still running a 2011 15" MBP (bought new) and it still …Value wise I'm still running a 2011 15" MBP (bought new) and it still works and runs great as my main PC in the house, I just put an SSD in it a few years back.


That's when jobs was still around and you could still upgrade the storage (soldered on motherboard now), upgrade the memory (soldered to motherboard now), open it to clean the fans or replace thermal paste (Apple's T2 security chip detects if it's been opened and has permanently locked the system in some cases), type on it (the butterfly keyboard was defeated by a few crumbs)

What apple once was it isn't anymore

Nothing pro about these laptops
RealGeek26/11/2019 10:04

For this price someone can buy 2 gold bar worth £1000 each and still …For this price someone can buy 2 gold bar worth £1000 each and still spare some cash and price go high every year for gold, is that any thing this Mac can do which can’t be done from half price laptop ?



If you are asking that question then you are not the target market, and that's just fine. This computer is not made for nor marketted to the standard home user. From Apple's point of view you'd either want an iPad or MacBook Air, and those machines would cover 90% or more of the populations requirements.
robodan91826/11/2019 10:06

That's when jobs was still around and you could still upgrade the storage …That's when jobs was still around and you could still upgrade the storage (soldered on motherboard now), upgrade the memory (soldered to motherboard now), open it to clean the fans or replace thermal paste (Apple's T2 security chip detects if it's been opened and has permanently locked the system in some cases), type on it (the butterfly keyboard was defeated by a few crumbs)What apple once was it isn't anymoreNothing pro about these laptops



The 2016 - early 2019 MacBooks were a big misstep for Apple. They allowed the design team too much power over the engineering team and allowed form over function.

All of the early reviews state that Apple is now back to their best. The machine is slightly thicker allowing for a tweaked keyboard design using the original scissor switches, the extra room also gives better thermal room. They have included a physical escape key and generally tweaked the machine all over with focus on the user.

Apple is not going back to the big MacBooks that people could open up and play with. And no, Steve Job's still being alive would not change that.
Not being funny but high end windows machines can be the same price. If you're looking at specs vs specs most are on par. Also if your a developer MacOS is almost a must depending on what you are making and who for.
lol similar deal 4 days ago got to 300 odd deg
GrumGrum26/11/2019 10:25

Not being funny but high end windows machines can be the same price. If …Not being funny but high end windows machines can be the same price. If you're looking at specs vs specs most are on par. Also if your a developer MacOS is almost a must depending on what you are making and who for.


actually the last few clients ive had are stuck on wind00$e
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QuantumInfo26/11/2019 10:29

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/apple-16-inch-macbook-pro-wtouch-bar-26ghz-i7-512gb-newest-model-217987-delivered-at-bt-shop-3340259?page=3#comment-39122157


But that had information in the description box, this has none. Except for 'Good deal imo!'.

Though that really shouldn't be a deciding factor, for some it could be. I'm not voting either way, I know nothing about this model. I am on a Late 2013 model which I've from new, which is still running great. Though the latest update,(kick in the B*ll's) is a p*ss take, as it no longer supports older variants of Microsoft Office.
QuantumInfo26/11/2019 10:30

actually the last few clients ive had are stuck on wind00$e


Security has become much more important now and due to tools like Group Policy etc it is Windows that is now meeting accreditation standards whilst Mac fails multiple sections of basic security like IASME.
QuantumInfo26/11/2019 10:27

lol similar deal 4 days ago got to 300 odd deg


Tell me about it! Seems like all the Apple haters are out today!! lol
Edited by: "waquzy" 26th Nov 2019
You can’t deny this is a good deal if you want the newest and best MacBook.
The fact you think Apple is expensive has nothing to do with it.

You have to remember all the software Apple provides built in and the continued software updates. My last MacBook lasted 10 years and was well worth the cash IMO.
Why are people voting this cold? This is a good price and it is sold by Amazon, so return will be easy if you don't want to keep it. Heat from me!
I love Macs and Mac OS. We have a 2011 15.4" MBP and a 2014 15.4" Retina MBP. they were about £1500 and £1700 new respectively and still worth £500-700 used.
Sadly the latter was dropped. The insurance have given us £2500 new for old and this was the model they specified.
After going to see one, it is awful. Tim Cuck has ruined Steve Jobs's legacy. The keyboard is awful, the trackpad too big and uses haptic feedback rather than switches so gets clicked by your palms, the Touch Bar is a silly gimmick that when you brush against it has unintended consequences such as going to another webpage so you lose you typed text. The thing is too thin and a little too light so has no static inertia on your lap. It gets hot. The fans are not a nice sound. There are not many ports.The screen is nicer though but even the 2011 model is still much better than most PC laptops I have looked at unless paying >£1000. I will probably try and find a mint 2015 model as the performance is not massively different. The RAM and HDD identical capacity..
Edited by: "snapdragon" 26th Nov 2019
snapdragon26/11/2019 16:26

I love Macs and Mac OS. We have a 2011 15.4" MBP and a 2014 15.4" Retina …I love Macs and Mac OS. We have a 2011 15.4" MBP and a 2014 15.4" Retina MBP. they were about £1500 and £1700 new respectively and still worth £500-700 used.Sadly the latter was dropped. The insurance have given us £2500 new for old and this was the model they specified.After going to see one, it is awful. Tim Cuck has ruined Steve Jobs's legacy. The keyboard is awful, the trackpad too big and uses haptic feedback rather than switches so gets clicked by your palms, the Touch Bar is a silly gimmick that when you brush against it has unintended consequences such as going to another webpage so you lose you typed text. The thing is too thin and a little too light so has no static inertia on your lap. It gets hot. The fans are not a nice sound. There are not many ports.The screen is nicer though but even the 2011 model is still much better than most PC laptops I have looked at unless paying >£1000. I will probably try and find a mint 2015 model as the performance is not massively different. The RAM and HDD identical capacity..


So you’re not getting one?
paulj4826/11/2019 09:49

Value wise I'm still running a 2011 15" MBP (bought new) and it still …Value wise I'm still running a 2011 15" MBP (bought new) and it still works and runs great as my main PC in the house, I just put an SSD in it a few years back.


watching YouTube and browsing the web, cool story
TechNinja26/11/2019 22:08

watching YouTube and browsing the web, cool story


?
Go on, you'll have to explain that one to me.
paulj4826/11/2019 22:11

? Go on, you'll have to explain that one to me.


how about do something heavy on that dated mac of yours and then comment on how you really feel about
TechNinja26/11/2019 22:14

how about do something heavy on that dated mac of yours and then comment …how about do something heavy on that dated mac of yours and then comment on how you really feel about


It gets used mainly for Adobe Light room, Office 365, nzbget and Parallels Desktop.

It has a 2.8Ghz i7 so works fine for everyday tasks.
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