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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, Apple fans are spoiled for choice when it comes to complementing their iPhone and iPad. HotUKDeals collects and lists all deals for the Apple MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro on a special MacBook page. Read more
Apple MacBook Air With Retina Display (2018)   13.3in, 1.6GHz Intel® Core™ i5 Processor £929 Very
27/06/2019Expires on 27/06/2019Posted 20th JunPosted 20th Jun
MacBook Air With Retina Display (2018) 13.3in, 1.6GHz Intel® Core™ I5 Processor, 8th Gen, 8Gb RAM, 128Gb SSD, Touch ID With Optional MS Office 365 Home. Silver, gold and space gre… Read more

make sure its had all its recalls done , and watch out for the booby traps if you wanna upgrade later.


I really want to physically bite this macbook because of how thin it is. Weird right (lol)


£150 is credited back automatically its like the customer just made that payment.


That's the individuals who are at fault though. Pay on or before time and you got yourself a deal!


Buy, then pay off when they credit you back. I use Very all the time for this type of offer. I assume they make their money from the folk that don’t pay it off inside 12 months.


Thanks for the feedback. I might actually go for the air as the pro is slightly more.


the cpu in this is about 25% better than yours, the air is about 45% better and the pro 2017 is about 100% faster, the increase in ram will make a big difference too. these also have 10+ hours battery and much improved screens


I'm still rocking my macbook air since 2011/12 , it has an i7 , 4gb ram and 256gb ssd. Will I notice much difference in performance if I upgrade to this (i5) ?


Zenbooks or MSI fopr example PS42 are quality made laptops. Macs used to be the best in terms of quality, but that's the past...


your paying for the quality of the laptop more than anything, there isn't a windows laptop as good, a few get close like the xps 13/15, zenbooks, huawei matebook etc but all of them fall short somewhere, they are all better value and most will be faster in raw performance but the quality isn't as good (apart from the keyboard, not a big fan of the macbook keyboards)


I’ve always had leather Apple cases for my phone. Only complaint would be it doesn’t totally surround them. The bottom is exposed. Besides that they held up well, but were a bit expensive. Personally I like an official case but that’s just me.


I'm still using an official Samsung Galaxy Note 2 leather case and it's on its last legs visually but it still does the job. Now using with my OP6 so it's not quite tall enough so time to retire it. Probably cost me a fiver though. :)


Weird, I brought a official Apple leather case for my iPhone X when they were released and it’s still holding strong for me. Took at least 5 drops and protected my phone every time. The leather aged really well and it still smells of leather.


Ludicrous price, even at £50, but I'm somehow tempted... The power of consumerism!


Given the current heavy discounts on 12in MacBooks, it looks like that entire product is being discontinued. MacBook Air and Pro should cover enough of the product line without overlap.

2017 Apple MacBook 12", Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Intel HD Graphics 615, Silver 2 year guarantee £999 at John Lewis & Partners
Posted 18th JunPosted 18th Jun
Hot on the heels of the reduced price of the m3 Macbook, JL have reduced the price of the next model up. Silver and Gold in stock. Let the Apple vs PC debate begin...
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Because I'm not buying a laptop for productivity and never said I was, so there's no contradiction. It was you that said macbooks are for productivity, not me, so I made the example of buying a cheaper option for the same use. If I were buying for productivity then I would get a Chromebook because that's all that is necessary but as I'm buying for gaming I'm going to get something more expensive and powerful. Nice try though. (y)


Dear lord. How can you contradict yourself on the same page? First you say "If you give me £999 and tell me to buy a laptop for 'productivity' and I can keep the change then I'm buying a chromebook like this and having a decent holiday with the rest." Then you say that you are in the market for a laptop in the £1300 to £1500 range. Really? What happened to the chromebook and a holiday? Why spend £1300 when according to you a chromebook is good enough? Anyway, I give up. You enjoy your heavy gaming laptop and leave people who like Mackbooks to make their purchase in peace. Stop cluttering these threads with your biases and ridiculous analogies.


What year are we in?


The lack of value point I was making has nothing to do with income. I'm in the market for a new laptop and my budget is in the region of £1,300 to £1,500. I could be on a seven figure salary and have a million in the bank and still wouldn't pay this price for this piece of kit. At the end of 2014 I paid literally a few pounds less than this macbook costs for a gaming laptop that even today has a better processor, more RAM, a better graphics card and about the same storage. I accept the macbook has a better screen and will be more portable. It still doesn't change the fact that the price to performance ratio is poor.


I am sorry that you cannot seem to comprehend this. This is an expensive product. It has a premium price. A price that several hundreds of thousands of people across the globe are willing to pay including in low income countries like China and India. When that product is reduced in price, then it does become a deal to many people on this site. As reflected by this so called "no value deal" reaching 900 degrees of heat. The so called lack of value that you refer to is very strongly linked to disposable income. It is not an insult at all. For example a Bugatti Chiron for me is not value for money. Simply because I don't have the disposable income to buy one. Even it it was discounted by 50%. But to someone who has that sort of money, then the 50% discount would be an amazing deal. Sorry that I said anything at all, but it gets very frustrating when people come onto deals for premium products and slag the product off simply because it is out of their affordability bracket. And comparing a Macbook to a Mars bar is, again, just proving a lack of understanding of the product in question.

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Inateck 13 - 13.3" - 5 Layer Spill Resistant Laptop Case for Surface / Macbook - £9.58 Prime / £14.07 Non Prime @ Amazon sold by Inateck
Posted 17th JunPosted 17th Jun
Great Reviews 4.6 out of 5.0 (y) Collect the 20% voucher under the price 【Compatibility】Designed for up to 13.5'' laptops, including 13'' MacBook Pro late … Read more

I have the clone case and it looks identical to the inateck one design and all. Very sturdy and have protected my surface pro well over the last few months. Very soft inside.


How did you confirm?


Same case under a different name is all.


The product name is "Guaiboshi Tablet Protective Case" which is a differet product...


doesn't show vouchers + lightning deals etc

Apple MacBook Pro 13” Space Grey at Currys Ebay for £1000
Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
Was £1249 now £1100 + 10% off

I paid £948 in 2014, almost exactly 5 years later it's worth £450. How many PC laptops would you have got through in this time? 2? 3? at £500 a pop. My MacBook has probably cost me less than someone else who keeps buys PCs that don't seem to last more than a couple of years.


Is it not reasonable to assess how much it's going to ACTUALLY cost?


Yes, that's the first thing I think about when I buy something "How much can I sell this for in 5 years time?"


I like Mac and Mac infrastructure. Its very good for computer programmers. (y)


Yes I agree. macOS is good. Apple should have a fair pricing scheme. That’s what I’m going to point out here. Under powered laptop with a unibody aluminium chassis doesn’t make it expensive. Good example is $999 apple stand. Who is going to sell a monitor without a stand. Whoever going to buy it has to hold it in one hand or what? Apple is so greedy. They know how to make money easily from apple customers. People need to stand up and show it to Apple. Then they will realise what they are doing isn’t fair enough?(y)

Apple MacBook 12 inch 2017 Space Grey / Gold / Silver - £719.10 @ Currys PCWorld eBay with code PRICEWIN
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Even better price than the £799 deal everywhere - brand new and sealed from Currys PCWorld eBay Store. Take an extra 10% off with code PRICEWIN on Fri 14 and Sat 15 June 2019 only.… Read more

Huge upgrade! I had a 2008 MacBook (the first unibody design before they called it a MacBook Pro) so I can relate to what you’re going from


Why would windows run different in 5 years?


To use windows only software...


I’ll be replacing a 2009 MacBook Pro so I’m looking forward to the upgrade!


Under EU law everything comes with a 2 year warranty, you just have to refer to their consumer guarantees.

APPLE MacBook 12" with Retina Display (2018) - 256 GB SSD, Gold - £799 at Currys
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Looks and costs the same as the other post that went hot but is a 2018 model and is only available in GOLD. Might be slightly better deal with these extra options Ok thanks just w… Read more

Apparently quite few apple laptops are coming out this year.


Too many MacBook "deals" about. They're carp.


There is no 2018 version of this Macbook. It’s another Curry’s mistake

Apple MacBook Pro (13-inch Retina, 2.3GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD) - Space Grey (Latest Model) £1099.97 @ Amazon
Posted 11th JunPosted 11th Jun
Seems like a good deal compared to directly from Apple which is over £100 more
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This or the 2017 MacBook 12” for £999?


If you open a new very credit account you can get it for £1006.20p using first order 10% discount code and paying it off straight away or over 3 months interest free also :)




Blah, blah, Windows, blah, PC, blah, Ubuntu, blah, blah, no different, blah, opinion, belief, blah, blah, blah.


Again you've proven nothing lol Thank you for your irrelevant contribution to a mac deal post for discussing unproven statements about the chrome browser which would potentially would give the wrong impression to someone who uses the chrome browser and wants to buy a mac

VAVA USB C Hub, Type C Adapter with HDMI Port, Power Passthrough £29.99 Delivered using voucher Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and FBA
Posted 10th JunPosted 10th Jun
Highly requested item this, especially as it has 100W USBC power passthrough, essential when dealing with the likes a MacBook! To get this price, be sure to click and redeem the … Read more

Can anyone tell me the difference between this one at £29.99 and the UC10 version that is approx £10 more after £3 voucher?


does this work with a nintendo switch as a dock replacement?


Total comes to 34.99


Cold, no vga port, all good usb hubs.....


No Thunderbolt port. Cold All good USB c hubs have Thunderbolt ports

Apple MacBook (12-inch, 1.2 GHz dual-core Intel Core m3, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD) - Silver / Gold / Space Grey - £799 delivered @ Amazon
Refreshed 9th JunRefreshed 9th Jun
Now on offer at Amazon. Good for those with Amazon credit :) Available in Silver / Gold / Space Grey . Dual-core 7th-generation Intel Core m3 or i5 processor Inte… Read more
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Is this ok to be used as a portable dev machine


That`s great, but what did you pay for it in the first place. It just seems to me that £1,249 for a 12" Macbook is over the top. Hence the great interest in the current deal. At £599 I think this laptop would give it a run for it`s money.


My MBA has been going 8 years now. I’m pretty pleased with that.


Yea, if they were that good, they`d give a 5 year warranty at their fancy prices. It`s probably at the price it should have always been with this deal. The other £450 is all must have hype. And people fall for it.


Already have 15, 13 MBPs and a 11 MBA, but still sorely tempted by this for the light weight and retina display. Every single apple product I've bought has paid for itself twice over in productivity and longevity gains compared to my old Windows / Android devices I used for years. If anything they're under-priced, especially with discounts like this.

APPLE MacBook 12" with Retina Display (2018) - 256 GB SSD, Gold - £799 @ Currys
Posted 7th JunPosted 7th Jun
I was just looking at the other Deal for 2017 12" Macbook and came across this one. Not sure how good is this in compare to the other deal but this one is 2018 Model with Retina Di… Read more

Space Grey back in stock at John Lewis


I've had a Surface Pro 3 since 2014 (I leave the cover on) and an XPS 13. I sold the MacBook 12" last year for keyboard issues, nothing to do with the CPU. But as you've continued to gloss over, you can't compare Windows and Apple laptops on hardware alone - if someone wants Mac OS then only a Mac will do, and that is the end of it.


Except not everyone takes the cover everywhere, that’s the beauty of the surface you can take the screen itself without the cover, lighter and even thinner than the Mac, example flying watching movies or reading or the cover is in the office or you have a fixed keyboard at your desk. But even with the cover it’s small compact and light. Get one try it, it’s a gorgeous screen too, but so many other great gorgeous laptops such as yoga 9 series or dell XP’s all come on offer for a similar price as this apple which has a dodgy keyboard, no touch screen no connectivity no sd slot and a poor processor


The fact that you're comparing Windows tablets/laptops to a MacBook on specification alone shows you just don't get it. Well done on those figures: the Surface Pro with Type Cover weighs 1.08kg. Great research as always...


Do you know what, you just showed your ignorance in that last comment, surface pro is very much the direct comparison to the Mac, similar portability size shape etc even screen size is near identical so yes it’s a comparable, while a gaming laptop 3 times as heavy and bulky is not comparable. A surface pro Size: 11.5 x 7.9 x 0.33 inches (292 x 201 x 8.5mm; W x D x H) ... Weight: 1.7 pounds (771g) Apple Mac Height: 0.35–1.31 cm (0.14‑0.52 inches) Width: 28.05 cm (11.04 inches) Depth: 19.65 cm (7.74 inches) Weight: 0.92 kg (2.03 pounds) Appears the surface is lighter and more compact !

Apple Macbook 12” 8GB 256Gb - £799 + 2 year warranty @ John Lewis & Partners
Posted 6th JunPosted 6th Jun
Hi, I’ve just spotted this deal on John Lewis website. Three different colours available Space Grey, Silver and Gold at time of posting. 2 years John Lewis warranty included. … Read more
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1 gold in stock at JL be quick!


Sold out online and Currys and Amazon are too so looks like the deal for these has finished.


my daughter has a macbook pro from 2016 - its now started getting issues with its fan. would this be any better than the 2016 pro model


I had a Macbook Pro 15” a few years ago and first thing I did was bootcamp Windows 7 onto it. It was superb and very little effort and everything worked as it should from the bootcamp install. I loved having the choice of OS to use for different things. The only downside is having to share the drive space between 2 OS but for me it’s a very worth while trade off and a far better experience than using Parallels (virtual machine).


Space Grey back in stock at JL

Refurb Macbook Pro 13 Retina at ebay/Music Magpie for £280.49
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Late 2013 Macbook Pro Retina (base model) from Music Magpie. It's in 'Good' condition but comes with 12 months warranty and you can return it easily if not pleased with the conditi… Read more

Pre 2016 MacBook Pro’s don’t have the butterfly keyboards, which is one of the reasons why they seem to hold their value.


Personally would not buy Apple products anymore. These Macbook Pro laptops including 2019 have a major problem with the 'butterfly' keyboard - apple has openly admitted it and have replaced them for free - with........ another butterfly keyboard. one replacement is free thereafter if if it goes faulty then you will be paying out massively for a replacement keyboard. Its a major fault youtube or google search if you want further evidence Apart from this one huge problem - the rest of the laptop is flawless


Out of stock, but a great deal OP.


I was after one


All out of stock

Apple MacBook Air Core i5 8GB 128GB 13 Inch Laptop - £777.97 @ Laptops Direct
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
13 Inch Screen Processor - Intel Core i5 RAM - 8 GB Operating System - MacOS Optical Drive - No optical drive Battery Life - 12 hours 1440 x 900 Resolution Warranty - 1 year… Read more
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Still a great laptop by today's standards in use, with the exception of the screen being lower res than many people are used to these days. It doesn't really matter that it's a 5th gen i5. It's still quick using mac os or a boot camp partition with windows.


The time has now definitely passed to buy one of these Macbook Airs. They were once great little machines but are now very dated.


After looking at the model numbers, this seems to be the 2017 version. And a fifth generation core i5... which is quite poor.


Nobody should ever buy this in 2015, let alone 2019...

Refurbished Apple MacBook Air 2017 MQD32 13 Inch i5 8GB 128GB £527.99  Argos on eBay
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Seems to be a good price for a 2017 MacBook Air with 8GB and 128GB SSD. Refurbished with a 12 month Argos guarantee

You can upgrade the SSD but not the RAM.


I think I'd rather go for HUKD's recommendation - a modern laptop that isn't ancient in terms of specifications....




Yeah good price, and the last of the great macbooks in my opinion. No butterfly keyboard. Decent range of ports including sd card slot. Magsafe adapter that shows if the laptop is fully charged without it being on. Upgradeable ssd and ram (not soldered). The only slight issue is screen resolution in my opinion, but only due to very being spoilt by higher res over the past couple of years.


2017 model which in turn used 2015 processor. Display hasn’t changed on this version since the original inception. I think they are selling a dinosaur 🦕 🦖 (cheeky) Price is nice. :)

Apple MacBook Pro - Core i5 2.4GHz 13" ME864LL/A (Late 2013) 4GB RAM 128GB SSD [Refurbished] £360 @ Music Magpie ebay
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Use code: PRICECUT15 Who is it for? Light user who wants a Retina screen. Apple MacBook Pro - Core i5 2.4GHz 13” ME864LL/A (Late 2013) 4GB RAM 128GB SSD Item Description: Refu… Read more

It still has a PCI-E SSD and retina display. It's definately worth £360.


I ordered one of these after seeing this post - thanks OP. It has just arrived and I'm currently installing Mojave on it. The machine is SPOTLESS - not a single scratch or mark anywhere on the body or the screen. Battery count is at 504, which is great for a 5 year old machine. Even better is that it is advertised as not having a charger but mine had an official 85w Apple charger in the box as well. The charger and cable were filthy (compared to the spotless laptop) but it cleaned up well - and a nice bonus as even second hand these OEM chargers are worth a bit! Very pleased.


I'm sorry but you're delusional, the 09,11 and 12 WILL BE so slow except maybe when the browser is fully loaded and you're just surfing the net.


I have apple computers, iPhones... I love the devices. But I could never spend nearly £400 on a 6 year old device. It's only got 4gb ram!


Imagine not being able to understand the fact that for some, a windows machine isn’t an option. Thankfully Mac OS is far more optimised and efficient and won’t run like a dog like a 6 year old windows machine would.

APPLE MacBook Air 13.3 Inch with Retina Display (2018) - 128 GB SSD, Space Grey £1009 using code @ Currys / Ebay
Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
APPLE MacBook Air 13.3 Inch with Retina Display (2018) - 128 GB SSD, Space Grey £1,009 with code

I think to manage with 128gb you would need to be confidant of no requirement to ever load large software programs. Its a limiting factor today. 256 really is the minimum to ensure some longevity of use.


Surely it depends on what you need? Back in 2010 I had a few HDDs racking up a total of 3TB (a lot then), now here in 2019 I have just one 120GB SSD with a 500GB hdd which is mostly full of software backups that I can't bring myself to delete. I hear you, but it's really not the specs that you're paying for.


128gb is pretty small. Surely 256 is the minimum worth buying now.


Damn, that’s a pretty good deal despite still being quite expensive.


I know, i know it's almighty MacBook, but a grand for 128GB SSD, 8gb ram and dual processor it's o J-O-K-E :)

Upto £150 Credit back to Account for Apple Products at VERY
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
Just ordered a few bits and noticed that Very have added a cashback to credit account when buying Apple products and using their 12 month buy now pay later option. Terms of the o… Read more
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Did you have an option to select BNPL without the code? When I said eligible, I meant for BNPL.


It is eligible. All accounts are. This was for all customers.


Very odd, I’m not too sure what it could be. Perhaps your account may not be eligible.


Weird. I tried again at 20:59.


iPad Pro 2018 allowing me to add code to it.

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