MacBooks £50 off with 2 Year Guarantee @ John Lewis - MacBook Pros from £949.00
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MacBooks £50 off with 2 Year Guarantee @ John Lewis - MacBook Pros from £949.00

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Found 1st Nov 2015
All MacBooks are £50 off at John Lewis with 2 Year Guarantees

This is an excellent deal for anybody looking to buy a MacBook perhaps for Christmas and, of course, it comes with a free 2 Year Guarantee to protect your expensive purchase!

The most popular model will be the 13" Retina MacBook Pro which is normally £999, but reduced to £949 with the 2 Year Guarantee.

Good Luck!
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Yay, twice the price of an equivalent non-apple spec; idiot tax.
mikebo1

Yay, twice the price of an equivalent non-apple spec; idiot tax.



​yawn
Whether anyone believes Apple products are worth the money is beside the point. The fact is they DO cost an awful lot of money. And £50 off that price has to be a good deal. Hot from me.
Word on the net is that new models are coming out before Christmas hence the price reductions everywhere....
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mikebo1

Yay, twice the price of an equivalent non-apple spec; idiot tax.



It's not just about the raw spec but also operating system, build quality and so much more. Compare like for like and you'll pay just as much for a Windows based PC and of course, you'll have to use Windows.
dave80

It's not just about the raw spec but also operating system, build quality … It's not just about the raw spec but also operating system, build quality and so much more. Compare like for like and you'll pay just as much for a Windows based PC and of course, you'll have to use Windows.



Nope, a windows PC with the same spec and the same "build quality" will be much cheaper.
You don't have to use Windows with non-apple products.
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mikebo1

Yay, twice the price of an equivalent non-apple spec; idiot tax.




Now compare in 2 years time the value of your shi* Windows device....
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And go into any apple shop, it is quite clear how many people would rather not have a "non-apple spec"
mikebo1

Yay, twice the price of an equivalent non-apple spec; idiot tax.


any examples? or you just trolling?
in one of my lectures last week, these three guys all spent a grand each on getting apple macbooks. One of the guys was **** off that his mates dragged him into getting one as he said he could only play FB games and not always the latest steam releases. I asked the other two why they bought the macbooks and they said that they look better. That was their only excuse.
aiden0109

in one of my lectures last week, these three guys all spent a grand … in one of my lectures last week, these three guys all spent a grand each on getting apple macbooks. One of the guys was **** off that his mates dragged him into getting one as he said he could only play FB games and not always the latest steam releases. I asked the other two why they bought the macbooks and they said that they look better. That was their only excuse.



​I do understand the perks of getting a macbook/mac but I think I'd prefer something I'm allowed to tinker with without voiding warranties.
ramit

Word on the net is that new models are coming out before Christmas hence … Word on the net is that new models are coming out before Christmas hence the price reductions everywhere....



​where did you hear the rumour? might be right btw
mikebo1

Nope, a windows PC with the same spec and the same "build quality" will … Nope, a windows PC with the same spec and the same "build quality" will be much cheaper. You don't have to use Windows with non-apple products.



The Dell XPS range is probably the closest thing to a MacBook Pro in the Windows market and that has a similar price point for around the same specs.
I actually heard rumour of this after Christmas in Early 2016, around Spring.
mikebo1

Nope, a windows PC with the same spec and the same "build quality" will … Nope, a windows PC with the same spec and the same "build quality" will be much cheaper. You don't have to use Windows with non-apple products.



XPS 13, Lenovo X1 Carbon, HP Spectre x360....errr same price as a 13" Macbook pro retina (actually all slightly MORE expensive when specced the same)
oliver885

I actually heard rumour of this after Christmas in Early 2016, around … I actually heard rumour of this after Christmas in Early 2016, around Spring.



Ah that would be around March/April for the annual upgrade cycle
mikebo1

Yay, twice the price of an equivalent non-apple spec; idiot tax.



Only idiots say that
I'd like that new Macbook,but I can't justify paying so much money for one.
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