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MacBooks are thin, light, stylish and jam-packed full of the same revolutionary components people come to expect from a product engineered by Apple. From the lower-priced entry-level MacBook Retina model, to the ultra-portable MacBook Air, to the powerhouse that is the MacBook Pro Retina, hotukdeals collects and lists all deals available right now. Read more
2020 MacBook Air -10th Gen i3, 256gb SSD - £855 + free Click and Collect @ Very
Posted 12th AugPosted 12th Aug
New 2020 Apple MacBook Air at very for £949 (£50 off) use the code Q4RG4 and select BNPL you have to have a very account from the looks of it. They have 10% off other laptops and … Read more

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Absolute rubbish. I use this all the time. They give you a date they will refund your account by , so your statement “some point in future” is completely wrong for starters


I’ve been reading about USBC as currently I plug my work Dell via single cable to my Dell monitor (which provides power and display). The dell monitor is then daisy chained via MST to a second monitor. I thought this would work fine with the MacBook but I’ve come across a review which says ‘Running dual USB-C monitors off a single connections is problematic. USB-C monitors cannot be daisy chained (plugged into each other) on the Mac platform and therefore have to be plugged directly into the MacBook independently‘. Is that going to cause me a problem?


Given your undoubted vast knowledge of knobs if I’m looking for it I’ll be sure to hit you up.


It isn’t. The price you are charged/ billed for/ invoiced/ take out on credit is the full price. You get a credit back at some point in the future, which just like a cashback deal cannot be 100% relied upon.

Open Box - Apple MacBook Pro MVVL2B/A 16" Core i7- 9750H, 16GB, 512GB AMD Radeon Pro 5300M 4GB £1869 ebay / laptopoutletdirect
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Posted 11th AugPosted 11th Aug
These are Open boxed / Returned units that are professionally refurbished. WITH INTUITIVE TOUCHBAR The 16” MacBook Pro from Apple is here to take the idea of a notebook to a who… Read more

I was only joking cos of the price these are. You might be correct


I thought this was cheaper than new! Am I wrong? (lol)


Open box seems to be more expensive! (lol) (lol)

Open Box - 2020 Apple MacBook Air 13.3" Retina Display Laptop Core i3 (10th Gen), 8GB, 256GB SSD £759.99 laptopoutletdirect eBay
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Posted 11th AugPosted 11th Aug
Great Deal on 2020 MacBook Air! Open Box / Returned Models.

The 16” is a good laptop other than that single point of failure = the main logic board with integrated processor, RAM and even SSD. I feel a true ‘Pro’ laptop should have memory slots and a removable SSD (or two).


Because they're convinced that there aren't any other good options, and that spending extra money equates to a better product. Apple are marketing Gods, it's just a shame that their engineering teams have fallen so far behind their advertising. The 16" MPB is a damn good laptop though, I'll give them that.


So why would anyone buy one?


The Pro has a heatpipe and fan so that’s an improvement. It runs hot but doesn’t throttle. The Air has a heatsink poorly attached and a fan somewhere else in the chassis, it doesn’t blow air over the heatsink, it’s meant to create convection - which is basically impossible in something that thin. Apparently if you put a shim in and try to use the chassis to get the heat to the outside it does make it run a lot cooler but the base gets hot enough to burn you (probably why they didn’t) - not that I’d want or expect to open up a £1K laptop and DIY it either...


Even the Pros thermals are laughable with the fan, I can't imaging how terrible the cooling must be for this one. But Apple fans have gotta Apple.

MacBook Pro 16 i9 1Tb £2269 @ TheEdustore
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This is cheaper then retail at Apple (2799) and better then the current price at most retailers (amazon, currys etc) which is hovering at about 2450. There is the i7 model for 1945… Read more

Well this has 4 year warranty and is a reputable seller. I don't know how much the seller matters on here when you see eBay sellers and companies like Wonda mobile get scorching hot. The reason this is cold is because most people don't know what the value of the product actually is and are voting on a whim because they would never spend this much on a laptop which is irrelevant.


I never said it was up to me. My beef is when people downvote a product because they don’t like it... and to your other point, I agree about the retailer, but I would have thought that was obvious. All too often do we see on here people vote cold because they think £2K for a laptop is expensive. That’s not how this is supposed to work. You don’t need to reply I’m done.


I mean I literally said in the comment above some people probably do, but OK. If dodgy Dave down the street is selling this £100 cheaper, making it the best price. Does that make it a deal? Price is an important factor, but the reputation of the seller + warranty are also big factors. My point: there are more factors than price alone when it comes to making something deal. People should vote however they want. It's not up to you what people should factor into their voting decision.


Disagree... people down voting because they don’t like Apple is common place and goes against the whole ethos of this group. The very fact that this is a good price means it’s a deal, and heat should be added to increase awareness. You should not vote cold simply because you don’t like a brand, that’s not the idea. If you don’t like Apple... move on


I was, but people don't just vote on whether something is cheapest, it's whether they think it's a good deal overall. And for other reasons too, maybe they don't like or trust the seller, maybe they don't like the brands business practices. It is what it is.

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MacBook Pro 13-inch with Touch Bar: 2.0GHz quad-core 10th-generation Intel Core i5 processor, 512GB £1459.72 @ TheEDUstore
Posted 9th AugPosted 9th Aug
2020 Model Macbook You do need an email address RRP on Apple is £1800
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Have sent you a PM


I’ve had a look but can’t find any, if you see any give me a shout (y) 🏻


you can often buy the necessary account on ebay for a few quid..


Stock comes next day if it's showing "in stock". I don't think they have deep stock levels - so it can also take a few days but for the % discount I've been happy to wait..


The delivery time puts me off ;(

Macbook Pro 13 i5 16gb Ram 512GB storage 2020, 4 thunderbolt 3 ports - £1,375 at Amazon
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Posted 7th AugPosted 7th Aug
RRP on Apple is £1800
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Cheers. You too when it arrives (y)


Lol that would be sweet! Yeh you’re right, they do come through early in situations like this. Finger crossed ey! Enjoy yours tomorrow!


Next week in other words lol. No I’m not sure but Amazon do often surprise. I did the split payment plan as well which was a bonus .


I did, I got in when it was temporary unavailable so I didn’t have high hopes but I’ve been given a dispatch time now, anything between September 8 - October 8. Here’s still hoping they don’t cancel even at this stage.


Dam right lol you should keep it

RAVPower 61W USB-C Power Delivery 3.0 [GaN] Wall Charger - £18.99 with vouchers - Sold by RavPower and fulfilled by Amazon
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Posted 6th AugPosted 6th Aug
RAVPower USB C Charger, 61W Wall Charger down to a low of £18.99 delivered for prime and non prime users, by applying the £10 voucher on page and redeeming the £8 credit offer on p… Read more
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Cheers, I ended up buying a right angled one instead but that's a good price


Just posted this Lightning Deal which is the 2m version of the cable I purchased months ago. Haven’t had any issues with it.


9350 I have bought this instead to charge it. 60W max USB c pd.


Perhaps they will arrive on these shores soon...


I've seen it before. Alongside some other great devices, especially from Aukey and Baseus, none of them available in The UK :/

2019 Apple MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Space Grey £1349.97 at John Lewis & Partners
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Posted 3rd AugPosted 3rd Aug
The (2019) MacBook Pro 13” with Apple’s cutting edge Touch Bar technology and Retina display has been created with an 8th generation Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB RAM. It’s been … Read more

Yes, it’s really sensitive to debris. Often keys don’t work. If you persist they might start working again after a while otherwise you need to send it in for repair. Apple are doing a 3 year warranty on the keyboards specifically which is acknowledging they messed up


JL get their pricing wrong sometimes but seem to correct it eventually. This may be another example of that. Have you had trouble with butterfly keyboard?


The 2019 model has the awful butterfly keyboard (I have the 12” MacBook with the same one). New processor and it’s ~£20 difference


Why so ?


You’d be mad to buy this over the 2020 model

Apple MacBook Pro 16, Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Space Grey, MVVJ2B/A £1997.98 at Costco
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Posted 3rd AugPosted 3rd Aug
£400 off the new Macbook Pro 16 inch (16GB RAM, 512 GB storage, 2.6 GHz Intel Core i7) Matching the Amazon deal from a short while back.
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Every leak/rumour points to there being an Air this year and the pros will come later. 13 might or might now launch this year and the 16 will arrive much later on, like next year. Gotta remember that not all pro software will be migrated over to ARM. So, people that buy these to do work and they need it now. I would get it. Especially the 16" inch.


I recon it will use what will essentially be the iPad OS which they have been trying to call a computer for a while. I'm sure it will be a very good Netbook but lets face it netbooks suck. They are the Windows 8 of the hardware world, useless as desktops\laptops and mobile devices. The worst of both like Argos. Ultimately did anyone ever think it would be nice to phone apps on a desktop? If yes then they probably love Windows 8.


Got any figures on that one?


Mac users are statistically clever than Windows users. Sorry to break this to you in this manner.


Yeah I almost made that mistake with another company on eBay. I could have saved 100 quid more blue the German keyboard suggested grey import.

2020 Apple MacBook Air 13" i5 512GB SSD macOS Grey Laptop - £1187.99 delivered @ Scan
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Posted 1st AugPosted 1st Aug
- 2020 Model... All Colours Available The 13" MacBook Air laptop from Apple offers a thin, light, portable design that packs the power you need for intensive working and creativ… Read more

Obviously hit a nerve


Sorry it does seem to be expired. Updating now. (y)


Has this expired or am I doing it wrong?


I can’t see it being below the price of a 12.9in iPad Pro (£969) myself but obviously just guessing.


Rumours that most likely won’t happen this year. Doubt it, probably an iMac but again doubt it. There are always a lot of rumours with Apple.

APPLE 13" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (2020) 512GB, i5 Processor - 512 GB SSD Space Grey £1375 Currys on eBay
Posted 30th JulPosted 30th Jul
Decent spec MacBook Pro with a chunk taken off at Curry’s.

Good spot @tigor - Thanks for sharing!


It's hard to help as I can't tell what you do. It sounds like you are in Microsoft Server land though so maybe stick to Windows? £100 Websites (lol) They're either free, or ££££ ;)


Will take your advice in consideration and do some research. I was looking to replace my current Laptop (Alienware R2) with something more mobile. I was looking at XPS 13 or Acer Swift which does have good battery life and decent screen. However the MacBook Pro have outstanding screen and very nice design, which I really want to try.


.net core is cross platform. 90% of my development time used to be in .Net. i have mowed into .net core and scrapped need for windows almost all together now. So no devs don't need windows, not at least as much as windows need devs.


Web dev is not something I'm after as you can buy website for less than 100 quid. Personaly on daily bases I use VS, SSMS, SSIS and RDP to Windows Servers.

RAVPower USB C Charger, 61W Wall Charger PD 3.0 [GaN Tech] Type C Quick Charger, £22.19 Sold by RAVPower official and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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£22.19 With massive 40% of voucher For me I’m gonna wait for these to hit £19.99 again.
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Probably not a good idea if it is the 2019 model which requires 96W USB-C Power Delivery as it will deteriorate the battery very quickly.


Ah ok so the 61w charger won’t charge it quicker than the 18w one then? Ok cool. I’ll keep my 18w charger (y) 🏻


If you use it for your phone, tablet or earbuds, the 61w will not help you, it will be the same as the 18w. The 61w will help if you have a laptop with usb c charge, otherwise no benefit. If you want it for this purpose, you will also need a decent PD cable, preferable with an e mark chip, this will be about £5-15 extra.


Is the higher wattage not only beneficial if you have a laptop that requires that much current? It won't make much difference to Phone and Tablets as they don't draw that much current. I am assuming if you ordered the 18W charger, you don't really need the 61W version :D


Ive purchased the Anker 18w Fast Charger that was on here recently (supposed to be delivered today), however this one looks a lot better and more powerful. Tempted to return the 18w and go for this now.

Brand New 2020 Apple MacBook Air 13.3" Retina Display Intel Core i5 8GB 512GB - £1061.49 @ Stock Must Go /Ebay
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Feels decent for the 512GB :) BRAND NEW SEALED 2020 Apple MacBook Air 13.3" Retina Display Intel Core i5 8GB 512GB Genuine Apple Charger Original Apple Box PRODUCT INF… Read more

Thanks for this. Would you happen to recommend any particular deals?


Has the discount dissapeared on these?


Cheers mate, general rule for early adopters on anything really.


For the people considering waiting to get one of the first ARM laptops, remember that Apple (as most other laptop manufacturers too) has a history of having a few quite bad issues with the first iteration of a new laptop. As a general rule, I wait for the 2nd or 3rd iteration before buying it. In other words, this is a good deal.


While the change to an alternative CPU will probably bring benefits to battery life, the Intel models will already last a full day of use on a single charge with relative ease. Also, they're shifting to an ARM architecture, which will mean apps will probably need to be recompiled to work with the new CPUs. This will be fine for core Apple software and things from Adobe etc, but if you enjoy playing a Steam game on your Mac from time to time or rely on less well supported software you may not be so lucky.

New Apple MacBook Pro (13-inch, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD Storage, Magic Keyboard) - Space Grey at Amazon for £1099.97
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Posted 27th JulPosted 27th Jul
Description MacBook Pro features a quad-core Intel processor for up to 90% faster performance. A brilliant and colourful Retina display with True Tone technology for a more comfort… Read more

I could of done that too (with my 7% employee discount on top to make it £980) but I'd rather get the 4 year warranty with the extra £70. Gives peace of mind


The deal on Amazon has gone back to £1,192 to match Curry’s current pricing, but I actually managed to pick one up in Curry’s this afternoon for just £1,054! I got them to price match The Edu Store. I chanced my luck, as it’s on “29 day delivery”, but the woman in the store accepted they were hard to get everywhere (I got their last one) so gave me the discount. Not bad wee saving off RRP! £245 in my pocket!


Yes was from clearance section they had many laptops on big sales but 2 days later when I got there again all good deals taken :(


Which macbook has 3 thunderbolt ports.


I used to work for John Lewis. That’s a store specific markdown price. Used to have end of line products at good prices. That was likely in a clearance section

APPLE 13.3" MacBook Air with Retina Display (2019) - Intel® Core™ i5, 512 GB SSD, Gold for £1099 at Currys
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Posted 26th JulPosted 26th Jul
You can save 400 pounds on APPLE 13.3" MacBook Air with Retina Display (2019) - Intel® Core™ i5, 512 GB SSD, Gold on Currys
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I have a 2018 Macbook Pro provided by work and have had no problems at all with its butterfly keyboard.




The keyboard issue is 100% blown out of proportion by reviewers on YouTube. Basically with so little happening on the tech world they decided to pick on little issues to create content. I bet 99% of users didn’t even notice. They just forget that complaining has reverse effect that Apple wants, “oh wait, I have a crap keyboard, need to upgrade ££££”


That’s is very true :/ the 2020 has the 10th Gen Intel Ice Lake processors, up from the 8th Gen Intel Coffee Lake processors found in the 2019 model. The Butterfly keyboard is gone, the integrated Iris Pro graphics chip offers 80 percent better performance than the previous generation and although 8Gb less, the RAM itself is faster. The new model features 3,733 MHz LPDDR4X memory (the 2019 model had 2,133 MHz LPDDR3), so it sounds like an easy answer :) ... You can’t upgrade the RAM later in these though :(


They sent me this model accidentally when I ordered 2020 256gb version for £949. Not complained and decided to keep it.

Free AirPods when buying MacBook or iPad with Totum Card + iPad/Macbook Discount @ Totum
Posted 24th JulPosted 24th Jul
Buy an iPad or MacBook from Apple Education store and get free Airpods. Standard Airpods - Free Upgrade to Wireless Charging for £40 or AirPods Pro for £90 You also get 5% off yo… Read more

My guess is they would deduct the difference, ie the refund would be £160 less than what you would be expecting, although this is just my opinion, I'm sure such eventualities are covered in the T's & C's


This sounds cheeky and I doubt you can do it but let's say I buy something, if I return the item within the 14 days period, would I have to return the Airpods? Would they even know?


Thanks for posting and welcome to hotukdeals :D Heat added @YodaMark


Ditto. I did not know I could do this with TOTUM, either! Useful post, thanksOp! (y)


Thankyou for posting! I’d seen the Unidays (which I don’t have access to) post but forgotten I could get the same deal via Totum. Had an iPad Pro on back order for my daughter, was able to cancel and reorder with AirPods which will be a cheeky Xmas gift for my eldest (y)

RAVPower 61W PD 3.0 Wall Charger (Suitable for MacBook Pro) £21.99 Sold by RAVPower official and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Posted 22nd JulPosted 22nd Jul
RAVPower USB C Charger, 61W Wall Charger PD 3.0 [GaN Tech] Type C Quick Charger, Compatible with iPhone 11 Pro Max, MacBook Pro Air, Ipad Pro 2018, Nintendo Switch Compact Si… Read more

If you have the 2019 MacBook Pro 16” then that requires 96W USB-C Power Delivery. Using a charger with a significantly lower charge rating will likely lead to your battery deteriorating at a faster rate. A much safer option for a spare mains charger would be something like this Choetech 100W USB-C Power Delivery charger that I posted a deal for earlier today. Currently available with £5 off via voucher.


Maybe, the one I'm using is rated for it but it is AliExpress. Can I ask what kind of device you're using it on?


Never had an issue - maybe your USB C cable?


Anybody having issues getting full power from these? Bought one for new Lenovo Ideapad but it's only giving 17-20W according to HWinfo.


It deffo works if you’re just charging while the MacBook’s asleep or using it doing things that aren’t too taxing. Basically, unless you’re doing something that makes the fan spin up, you should be good :) I use a similar setup with my 16”. I have one of these smaller GaN chargers in my bag and use the big Apple brick at my desk.


This is a good price so voted hot, but the recent JL deal for the i9/1TB was better - not sure if it’ll come back.


Check out mac rumours on AS interesting read.


You’ll have a long wait for a 16” ARM based MacBook. Possibly a year...maybe 18 months. Plus first gen problems and no bootcamp.


Excellent price but I'd personally want to wait for apple silicon


You definitely want the warranty - less likely to damage it as people typically take care of these things. Literally nothing repairable on these after warranty has expired and ‘Apple quality’ is a myth. I suspect many people are also in limbo about this ARM switchover too.

2019 Apple MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar (2019) MV972B/A i5, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD In Space Grey - £1,549 + 3 Year Gnte at John Lewis & Partners
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2019 Apple MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Space Grey £1,999.00 , then £1,599.00 , Now £1,549.00 3 year guarantee included Get Apple TV+ free… Read more


Hi @missgidge thanks for sharing your first deal :) As it's an older model / end of life Macbook price comparisons are more difficult but this does come with a 3 year guarantee included and Apple TV+ free for a year. I've also added the Manufacturer Part Number (MPN) to the title.


What size though? Cause at 13" anything with a higher resolution than FHD can be painfully small on screen. On a side note the Macs are the only laptop with a flush bezel, if that makes any difference to you.


Found a similar spec MacBook Air. i7 10th Gen. 16GB. 512GB. MacBook has a higher resolution at 2K. 2560 x 1600.


Is the 2020 MacBook screen not better than this? Genuine question as I too thought about the 4K XPS version but was put off by the poor battery life on it.

APPLE MacBook Air Laptop 13.3" with Retina Display Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB (2019) - £809.97 at Currys_clearance/ Ebay
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Decent offer, 10% off at checkout. Operating system MacOS Mojave (10.14) Processor - Intel® Core™ i5 Processor- Dual-core- 1.6 GHz / 3.6 GHz- 4 MB cache RAM 8 GB DDR3 (2133 … Read more

Not anti-Apple here. I think you can compare laptops, even with different OS. It's not apples vs oranges, unless you need OS-specific software like yourself. This still has its strengths, not mentioned by me above, and can hold its own against Windows ultrabooks at this price point. It's definitely a deal, though getting 2020 model for marginally more cash arguably had more support on this forum so far. Apologies if I misunderstood you for a fanboy, don't like such types... let's have a rational conversation.


Thanks for the post I found a 2019 MacBook Pro 256gb for £880 brand new just opened box plus I got 10% cashback bargain! (y)


I think you misunderstood me there chief. There's no point comparing an Apple laptop to a PC laptop, as it makes really no sense to do so as the PC will always win on spec and cost. Get a Mac if you need Macos or the software that it offers exclusively, like xcode or whatever. Or get it if you like the aesthetics. But if, like the person I was replying to, you wonder how it compares to a PC then don't both trying as they are two completely different applications. Get a Mac if you need a Mac. Otherwise get a PC. There was a time about a decade ago when Macs had great build quality but not any more. There was a time when Macs had amazing residuals, but with the shift to Arm based devices, Apple have probably kippered that as well. I need xcode for my job and I've got a 2011 MacBook Pro that still works without any issues. I can upgrade ram and storage. I can strip it and clean it and get replacement parts if ever it needs it. I'd never buy a new Apple product as it's all about taking the Mickey out of the consumer with poor specs, lies about build quality and pretend innovation. I expect we're on the same page now!


Ludicrous my friend. This has dual-core processor, ddr3 memory, low storage and a ticking-bomb keyboard, not forgetting the cooling design/shortcomings. I wouldn't be so optimistic/arrogant. Having a fruit logo on a machine may do wonders with the other sex on a Starbucks, but it's not enough to dismiss competition


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