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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 Pro 13" with Touch Bar - 256 GB SSD, Silver (2018) £1280 Currys
Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
Back in stock at Currys, for delivery and collect in store.

I guess I am a little sceptical of the deal as the 2017 is priced exactly the same. Email all came through though with 2018 on it so should be fine


I did it at 3am this morning so maybe just got lucky.


How did you manage any time it’s shown in stock for me it gives a error when you add to basket ;(


Why would they not send you the 2018 model...


Managed to order this today so fingers crossed it turns up and is the 2018 model!

APPLE MacBook Pro 13" with Touch Bar - 256 GB SSD, Silver (2018) @Currys / PCWORLD
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
- LED backlighting - IPS technology - 227 pixels per inch - 500 nits brightness - Wide colour (P3) - True tone technology
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Back in stock at £1280


Not anymore, just ordered 1250 vouchers through my discount works portal and it went OOS, lucky they are refundable (lol)


This is still in stock for delivery at Currys.


if you bring screenshot.


does anyone know if currys will honour the price in store?

Apple MacBook Pro (13" Retina, Touch Bar, 2.3GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD) - Silver (Latest Model) £1280 @ Amazon
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Apple MacBook Pro (13” Retina, Touch Bar, 2.3GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD) - Silver (Latest Model) I know all the Apple haters will come out for this.......howe… Read more

Yeah I didn’t realise that and just found this out today by reading above.


Yeh true. When you turn off the lid power on feature, it shows the battery indicator instead. And you have to wait for couple of seconds. Btw you don't need to always press the power button to turn it on though when you have turned off the lid features. Just press any keyboard keys like the space bar


I did turn mine off with the terminal code, but I soon found out that anytime I lift the lip I'm going to use it. So I soon got fed up of having to press the power button. As for cleaning the machine, just do it after you've powered it offer, saves the faffing about!


Sorry man clueless when it comes to Mac and ain't used windows 10 believe it or not I used windows xp and 7 lol. Windows xp was great tho


Oh ok thanks

MacBook Air 128GB (2017) - £789 @ PC World
LocalLocalFound 12th JanFound 12th Jan
Used to be 949 now down to 789

Yeah I know what you’re saying. However in the world of Apple, £789 is practically bargain basementclearance sale pricing (lol)


you're right, I did mean full hd thank you but at this price point you want more than acceptable I have a 1080p 13.3" laptop and imo it's the best compromise for pixel density, readability for non scaling applications and battery life it seems either apple or their consumers don't disagree 900p is unacceptable; their newest range of MacBook (airs) have significantly higher resolutions than even FHD


Not really - Standard HD is generally accepted as 720p or above Full HD is 1080p and above This is 900p so somewhere in between and perfectly acceptable on a 13.3” screen. There’s plenty of 15.6” laptops running 1366x768 so a smaller screen at 1440x900 is far sharper. Much higher ppi


Heat as it’s the one of the best prices currently however call me a skeptical but I feel Apple has deliberately (‘tactically’) kept the old MacBook Air model to sway people to spend the extra for the MacBook Air 2018.


note that the screen resolution is less than standard HD... this would be derided if it weren't an Apple notebook

16 gb ram for mid 2012 MacBook Pro also for iMac Mac mini don't know what models £78.78 at AMAZON.CO.UK
Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
Corsair CMSA16GX3M2A1600C11 Apple Mac 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3 1600Mhz CL11 Apple Certified SODIMM Kit. CORSAIR Mac Memory, 16GB 1600MHz DDR3 memory kit for Apple iMac, MacBook, MacBook P… Read more
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No, the mid-2012 Retina model (15") cannot be upgraded (unless you want to solder). There were non-Retina models (13" and 15") released mid-2012 and 13" Retina model released in late 2012 but I'm not sure about those. I was only referring to the mid-2012 MacBook Pro Retina model because I have one and I know it can't be upgraded (I think it was one of the first mainstream devices to have soldered RAM and I was gutted because it wasn't clear when I bought it).


That's Late 2012, not Mid.


Macs aren't fussy at all in my experience. Never had a problem - and currently running a 2012 Mac Mini on 10GB.


Thankyou. I might just do it. Probably save me the need to buy another one


4gb to 8gb RAM will be a good boost in general for everything. You should definitely do it.

Refurbished Apple MacBook Air Core i5 4GB 128GB 11.6 Inch MacOS Laptop £419.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
T1 Graded Refurbs Our T1 Graded stock is made up of ex-corporate/lease machines, which have mainly been used in offices. These have been professionally refurbished by our experien… Read more
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No notch???




Looking to get a sub £500 MacBook, if this is likely not a great deal am I dreaming at this price? Need is for casual use and music programs for son doing gradings and GCSE Music


Corporate use on all day everyday if our office is anything to go by.


I have this laptop which I use for very light browsing or taking out and about. perfect for browsing for word processing, anything further and you'll struggle. I bought my Macbook for £350, over 2 years ago luckily though

Apple MacBook Pro 15” (2015 non Touch Bar) £1100 @ Currys Coventry Ricoh - Was £1749
LocalLocalFound 6th JanFound 6th Jan
Instore at Coventry Ricoh Curry’s PCWorld - £15 cheaper than the 13” version. Instore only from what I can see
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Wig3216th JanStill £1609 on the refurb store Have wanted this model for a while now, Really kicking myself for not going for the Refurb one from Apple's website earlier in 2018, The Keyboard on this Spec was excellent. Just can't get used to the Butterfly keyboards. Does anyone have the Product ID Number that I can do a search with Curry's/PC World over the phone if possible for whoever bought one?


No luck, just tried calling through Currys and they couldn’t find any at Arena Park listed in stock with the SKU supplied and annoyingly they couldn’t get any one at Arena Park to pick up the phone.


sadly it’s rocking horse poo - none in west yorks :S


Everyone does. It's an ergonomic disgrace and a design clunker Apple already had to implement a repair program for.


Doesn't seem to be much stock. only 1 in Scotland is in Aberdeen.

£150 off selected 12" MacBooks at Currys (e.g. MacBook 12" Space Grey 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD £980 Delivered or C+C)
Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
Of course, MacBooks won't be for everyone, and the 12" variants may only suit certain people, but if you can save £150 off the usual price, it's worth looking into! You'll need to… Read more

Didn't say anything was wrong, just performance-price ratio, it's an expensive cookie, even for Apple.


The Intel Y series processors are actually quite expensive due to them having a 5W TDP. For example the M3-7Y32 used here has an RRP of $281 which is similar to something like a i5-8250U (15W TDP). You really do pay a lot extra to get laptops this thin/light.


You need to be a fan to pay that I guess


nothing wrong with it on par with i5 i have both


Is the 3 year offer still on ? As I didn't see it last night and are they still in stock too? :S

Apple MacBook Air 2018 - Gold - £30 cheaper than Currys previous Hot Deal - £1,069 - Sold and Shipped by Amazon
Found 29th Dec 2018Found 29th Dec 2018
I was recently looking for one and I found this to be the cheapest UK option from a reliable source. I saw that Currys deal got a lot of heat for 1099 so this is approx. £50 cheape… Read more

OP mentioned that a previous deal for more money got "Heat " on here (so assumed this must be a good deal (skeptical) ) , that was the purpose and point of my comment .


In this instance the comments say its poor value for money and its gone cold, so it seems spot on?


Not commenting on the deal, but the new MBA is a bit of a joke - as has been mentioned, using a dual core chip is just tight and likely done to reduce heat and lower power requirements. Secondly, 128 GB storage space is really miserly and the £200 extra for 256 GB (probably a sensible minimum for anyone who does more than web/e-mail/Netflix) is outrageous - previously that also got you a faster CPU, but looks like Intel don’t have a faster version of this one. While the 13” MBPs were still dual core, the MBAs could give over 80% of the performance (especially with an i7 fitted), but now it seems likely they will lag much further behind


Never take any notice of the "Heat " on here , much of it comes from "Sheep voting " . What you should be checking is the comments , from these you will gain invaluable information from knowledgeable members (and discard those from less savvy members :( ) . Never go by heat alone (skeptical) :S .


I like Apple laptops and OS X. I own an Apple laptop. But in late 2018, Apple releasing a laptop for more than £1000 with a measly 128gb storage is downright stingy.

2018 15" Macbook Pro with Touchbar, Intel Hexa Core i7, 16gb, 256 SSD, 4GB Radeon GPU - reduced by £269 - Now £2080 from PC World
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
I know, this deal will be like Marmite, and i love Windows laptops for their value for money and know you get get a monster windows laptop for this price in comparison, so please c… Read more
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Send the 2016 model back, theres issues regarding the 'keyboard death with dust!" and particles of dust, not years of the stuff. It getting under the keys 2015/6 models. They added a membrane in new 2018 models.


Can somebody help to decide between a 2016 model for £1490 or this one for £2080 with 3 years warranty from JL. The 2016 model has an i7 4 core, 16G RAM and 512G SSD. I already bought it but can return and go for the newer.


Replies to his own comment twice - how many people are living in that body?!


HAHAHAHA oh my, you're really talking to yourself (excited) (lol) (lol)


Says the guy who doesn’t know the difference between your and you’re. No offence (y)

Apple 2018 MacBook Air Silver £1,099 Currys PC World
Found 24th Dec 2018Found 24th Dec 2018
2018 MacBook Air in Silver Is £100 off from today at Curry’s. Still pretty expensive for what it is but if anyone was thinking of buying one this is the cheapest deal I have seen.
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Ok maybe I was a bit overly generous with the phone comparison after all you would need to go back to 2006 to see when Apple first put a 160GB hard drive in a laptop. The iPhone was release a year later with 4GB of storage.


Anyone can vouch on warranty compared to apple care ?


Aside from the awful phone comparison, 128GB is perfectly fine for the type of person who'd use a MacBook Air. Yeah, it's still Apple gouging people to try and make them spend £200 to double their storage to 256GB (especially ridiculous given £200 would net you almost a 1TB NVME drive). The bottom models will always hold more resale value, however, and no one is ever going to use this as their main machine outside of maybe programming. They treat this the same as they treat the lowest capacity iPhone. Enough storage for whatever apps and photos you need, everything else can be streamed or stored in the cloud. And quite honestly if you can afford the latest Apple products then you can definitely afford the pennies per day for a huge wad of cloud storage.


My 2011 MacBook Pro is still going strong, I mean I have upgraded the RAM, changed the battery twice, had countless new charger cables, upgraded to an SSD, replaced or repaired the trackpad at least 4 times, removed the dvd drive after it stopped working, cleaned out the fans twice after they stopped working, one of the USB ports, the aux and the dvi (?) all stopped working. At best it’s triggers broom, at worst it’s a pile of mess which runs beautifully smooth, so long as I save everything to Dropbox every 3 seconds in case it bursts in to flames and loses everything. From what I’ve seen and heard, they’re worse now for reliability, watch Louis Rossmann on YouTube, obvs watching a Mac repair guy you’re not going to see someone who comes across many/any working macs, so his opinion might be skewed, but still an eye opener.


128GB hard drive!!!! That's like buying a phone with 8GB storage. Sorry but Apple are so out of touch with this one it's just laughable.

2017 Apple MacBook 12", Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 512GB, Space Grey Via Price Match with SCAN @ John Lewis & Partners £1049
Found 23rd Dec 2018Found 23rd Dec 2018
Here's a deal for those who may have seen the deal for the 2017 Macbook 12" but then were dissapointed it was only the gold colours. Here's a little work around which should wor… Read more
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That's fab! I expected they would


FYI john Lewis accepted my price match


They won’t reduce it


Gold is now out of stock, I personally wouldn't ever own a rose gold laptop


Oh no! A Gold or Rose Gold 2017 MacBook; How embarrasing.

Apple MacBook 12” (2017 model), i5, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Space Grey at Scan for £1049
Found 23rd Dec 2018Found 23rd Dec 2018
The MacBook deals at John Lewis are proving hot, but are only for Gold and Rose Gold. have a similar deal but on the Space Grey. No 3 year warranty though. Currently i… Read more

Just an FYI will also price match this, and have the product in stock


1. All very different usage cases, and many people who travel will happily use all 4. 2. Cost is ridiculous, no doubt about it. Apple have destroyed themselves but the rich (and customers) will keep feeding them. 3. Planned obsolescence is one big lie that deprived people like to spread when they can't accept that their expensive purchase 5 years ago is old as balls when it comes to technology. The iPhone "debacle" was also the most laughable ordeal I've seen so far. Just a load of sheep, ironically, jumping on the bandwagon to cry to Apple for free battery replacements. Yes it's bad to not tell your customers that you were slowing down phones due to poor battery health, every cynic knows the true reason, but allowing the device to keep functioning at a slower speed to avoid random shutdowns goes completely against that too.


because some mug, somewhere will buy a phone, tablet, laptop and desktop. millions in fact. My 15" 2013 retina will be the last macbook I buy. I can't justify 1 - the cost and 2 - the planned obsolescence. mine cost me £1100 (bought from the US for $1600). Equivalent is now $ chance


Oh no! A Gold or Rose Gold 2017 MacBook; How embarrassing.


Cheers. Not sure JL will price match Scan’s shop seems to be in a business park rather than a retail park (albeit right by a big retail park), but it’s definitely worth trying.

2017 Apple MacBook 12" Intel Core i5 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Intel HD Graphics 615 Rose Gold + 3Y Guarantee £999 @ John Lewis & Partners
Found 22nd Dec 2018Found 22nd Dec 2018
Potentially £979 if you go through Topcashback! Intel Core i5 Apple's goal with this MacBook was to do the impossible: engineer a full‑size experience into the thinnest, lightest… Read more
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Back in stock - I ordered the Gold online today. Thanks OP!


I bought the last one in `gold from Southampton store today


rose gold is here


tomhood88, smart guy. I went ahead and bought this laptop a couple weeks ago and I feel the need to let you know, it is one of the best decisions I've ever made. The build quality is incompatible to the Dell. It is fanless and never makes a sound or gets very hot. It's incredibly light and portable, it runs photoshop and fl studio like a dream, it edits 4K in final cut without any hiccups. The Dell had a coil whine that was "part of the design" - Dell engineers TM, great performance but on windows, which is fiddly on a laptop imo (they can't decide whether they are a touch interface or keyboard and mouse) and to top it all, the trackpad, the hardware you use to interface with all that power and everything is pure horses*t. to I do things 10x faster than I did on the XPS 13. This laptop now costs £1549 from most places and I got the bargain of the century at £999.00. Your comment scores 0/10, crap advice.


I have a macbook air bought in 2013 which has the same fluid performance as when it was new and I am still getting 5 hours battery out of it. I also bought a core i5 Windows SSD laptop in 2015 which is now dying and factory reset is not improving the performance! Buying an Apple Macbook at premium price definitely pays for itself over time.

2017 Apple MacBook 12", Intel Core m3, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel HD Graphics 615 + 3 year guarantee! - £799 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Potentially £783 if you go via Topcashback! Only rose gold available online! Apple's goal with this MacBook was to do the impossible: engineer a full‑size experience into the t… Read more
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I've got this machine and it's great! I've also got a 15" i5 Lenovo Windows machine, which is also great. Both have their use cases, but I'm finding myself using the Mac more regularly, as I'm learning web development. I've got this connected to an external monitor in the office and it works great! If anyone has any questions, fire away!


When I turn my MacBook sideways, it makes a small tick sound. Has someone faced this issue?


Rose gold back i stock online


Steve Jobs died, he didn't leave Apple...


For all who purchased. Added care £75 for 3 years via John Lewis added care unto 30 days after purchase date, FYI.

APPLE MacBook Pro 13" with Touch Bar - Space Grey (2018) £1,573 @ Currys
Found 12th Dec 2018Found 12th Dec 2018
Some people may get 8% extra off through work perks.

I bit the bullet and got the 8GB base model from JL, got an extra 5% off through work perks (worth checking). To be fair my own laptop feels crazy heavy now. My old IPad is about the same weight as my new MBP. Lets face it if anything goes wrong with it after a year it is going to cost you well over £100 to get anything fixed.


Ah. I would say just get it from John Lewis with the extra warranty. I was lucky enough to get a brand new sealed 512gb SSD 8gb ram i5 quad core from a seller on gumtree for 1495. Really good laptop performance wise. I bought a Huawei Matebook X Pro laptop with i7 Quad-Core and 8gb ram for 1299 a couple of weeks ago. But I gave that back because it wasn't as good in terms of build quality and performance


Quad-Core but only 256GB.


Is the £1573 model that JLP do a Quad core with 512gb SSD and 8gb ram ?


This is why I've been debating on getting one. Apple are selling the 2018 Quad-Core 13" base spec at £1489 (refurb) with 1 year warranty. Ideally I would like 16GB of ram but the price goes well over £2000 which I refuse to buy. JLP do the same model(brand new) for: £1,573.00 Apple (Brand New): £1,749.00 You're protected under consumer law either way, but pay more for 3YR W at JLP (convenience) or go for refurb. Decisions..

BE QUICK ONLY FEW REMAINING Apple iPad 5 9.7 Inch 2017 Wi-Fi & Cellular 128GB iOS 10 Tablet - SILVER £299.99 @ Argos Ebay
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Those who missed out of previous ipad 2017 deal space grey, now same deal on GOLD colour model SILVER some left click below be SILVER : … Read more

Got my Apple iPad today as well. Factory sealed and neatly packed in a hard carton with no problem.


Got mine today and we’ll packaged and very happy


same here sealed nice.


I’ve received my iPad today. It was unopened and still shrink-wrapped. Box was in mint condition (y) . Thanks again OP


Thanks for this. Didn’t realise you could get a second sim for this. Just got my 13 year old a great deal on the phone he wanted with 80gb of data... which is a crazy amount! I’d planned on hot spotting to him but means he’d have to be with us. Definitely worth me getting a second sim for my iPad.

Apple MacBook Pro 13" Retina 2017MPXW2B/A £1599 @ John lewis & partners
Found 9th Dec 2018Found 9th Dec 2018
APPOFFICE20 for £20 off Microsoft Office software 3 year guarantee included The (2017) MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is razor-thin, feather-light and now even faster and more pow… Read more

While I agree with 99% of your statement. The 1% is about getting other brands. You can't with Apple. If you want MacOS you have to go Apple.


Saying Macs are overpriced is like saying VWs are overpriced. There’s always other brands to choose from if you don’t like badge or the price, but if you do take the plunge they have higher residual values down the road. Apple’s real failing is serviceability. It takes the sting away slightly if something is quick and simple to repair at a reasonable cost. Macs up to 2012 were very easy to replace parts and upgrade with standard components, but no more. This wouldn’t be a problem if they weren’t such a hideous company to deal with regarding service, but chances are if you do have problems the folks at the Goon Bar will tell you it’s a logic board replacement for several hundred quid. Doesn’t matter if it’s a surface mount capacitor that costs less than a penny, they don’t diagnose they simply just replace, and it’s pathetic that customers will be stung in such a way. My advice, if you like the Mac operating system then buy secondhand or build a Hackintosh and learn a ton of stuff in the process.


Hackintosh... I'll leave it there!


Apple 50% overpriced.


Or for £60 more get this from Apple Refurb Site ( 2018 version. quad core) Buy with a 0% credit card. This gives you 2 year protection as per section 75. Or use Paypal credit (0% 4 months) If you have one of those special premier accounts, you get an added year of warranty via your bank. 2% cashback too ( Almost £17)

Postal 2 - PC/Mac - The best 69p you'll ever spend @ Steam
Found 4th Dec 2018Found 4th Dec 2018
If you've never played this classic...just buy it. Rating: 10/10 - ‎30,389 reviews - Steam website Live a week in the life of "The Postal Dude"; a hapless everyman just trying to… Read more

Just ordered them all from steam for the grand total of £2.68 :-D Think it worked out slightly more expensive from Running with Scissors ($4 so around £3.15 without conversion fees).


Absolutely brilliant game. Loads better than the film.




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