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Apple's laptops are known for their reliability, technical power and good looks. The MacBook Pro is one of their most advanced models and an ideal laptop for use at home, school or for business applications. Discounts on both 13 and 15-inch varieties can regularly be found at the hotukdeals MacBook Pro pages - making it the best place to upgrade to the latest laptop models as cheaply as possible. Read more
MacBook Pro 13-inch 2020, 1.4GHz Quad i5 processor, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD - Space Grey @ EDU Store - £1215.70 delivered
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
For the latest Macbook pro 13, this is a bargain... the same spec costs £1599 on the apple store! Spec: MacBook Pro Retina with Touch Bar 13-inch 1.4GHz quad-core 8th-generatio… Read more

Agree with most of what you have said! The 10th Gen model (512gb ssd and 16gb ddr4x ram) on the Edustore is being sold for £350 cheaper than Apples website + a 4 year warranty included (which would cost ~£250 if you were to extend it to the same duration using Apple's Care Plan) I wouldn't go ahead with it at the original price but this discounted price is a really good value for money imo


In Additional Info on EDU page it says its 8GB Ram


Despite saying new 2020 model, this is last year's MacBook Pro 13" with merely an improved keyboard. It's rebadged and overpriced even for Apple. The actual new 2020 MacBook has the 10th gen Intel processor and it's quite hysterical that it starts at £1800. AMD Ryzen 4000 chips are sorely missed here: Cheaper, faster and more energy efficient. 10th Intel is such a disappointment. Equivalent premium Dell XPS is several hundred cheaper and actually looks like a 2020 device (MacBook looks like it's from 2010 with those ginormous grandad bezels). Even for Apple, I'd say £400 overpriced. Not a good time to buy laptops with 1) Coronavirus has caused prices to swell 2) new AMD chips should be available on mass later this year - stuff from Asus, Lenovo and others have already appeared. The performance difference is enormous. My advice is if you can hold off, you should until end of year.


There is a box for discount code so is there a discount off the price quoted ?


Very happy. However, it did only come with 8GB of ram so title of this post should really be updated. Going to complain but doubt they'll give any compo of sorts.

MacBook Pro 2020 Base Model (Student email address req'd) - £1,053.49 @ The EDU Store
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Comes with 4 years free warranty. higher spec'd models also available. Unfortunately space grey (my preferred colour) isn't available on the base model so I've gone with silver Ed… Read more



Exactly! They said it’s just a ‘guide’ as they wait for stock to come in. They really should have stated this on the product page that they aren’t currently in stock


ordered the same still not received but they’ve given eta date of 30th June :( 😡 frustrating as the website said it will be dispatched in 6 days.


I just emailed their customer service through the form on their website, the response is very slow though, and not helpful at all


How did you get an ETA? Ordered mine last week (10th Gen) but heard nothing since

Apple MacBook Pro, 16 inch, Intel i9, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD - £2,539.99 (£2,285 with code for new users) @ Very
Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
I am sure I am going to get apple bashed but still daring to submit ... this is the top of the range macbook pro reduced from £2799 to £2539. Use the new customer WELCOME code to b… Read more

What is wrong with you? My experience is my experience, for you to say my experience is a lie? As I've said you don't know me or my experiences. So take your hate somewhere else. By the way no need to reply, as I'm putting you on ignore.


This is a late 2019 model. No-one knows when the next MacBook will arrive, if it will arrive at all or what it will have (some rumours say it will have Apple's own CPU in it, but that could only be in a smaller sized model like the Air). Honestly, if you have a usable computer, I would hold off for a year or two from buying any Intel-based laptop -- their processors have been nothing but refreshes since around 2015 and they are miles behind AMD (they're embarrassingly bad in comparison). I'd honestly wait for Intel to launch their proper new architecture on 10nm to respond to Ryzen in the next year or two, which should leave current laptops from the past 5+ years in the dust performance-wise.


You've got to be the "demented one" here to ask a question like "why are you so insulting?" simultaneously next to your "demented dog" comment. You must have an IQ a few dozen points below that of said dog. Time to take your head out of your backside, bud -- I called you out for your "I would've gone through X number of Windows laptops in the same time frame" BS statement because that's what it was -- blatantly false (you don't see me spreading that sort of nonsense here about your precious Macbook). No need to get your knickers in a twist over it, son. And you'll get spoken to in the same manner that you speak to other people with. Deal with it.


this is a macbook pro of which year please ? and do you know when the next macbook pro 16 (or more ?) will come, please ? ( 2020, 2021 ? ... )


A few questions for you. 1. Why do you need to be insulting? 2. My choice of laptop is, my choice from personal experience. So what has it go to do with you? 3. You say I'm lying about my experiences with my laptop? What are you on? Rant on like a demented dog, all you like. But save some energy so you can rant on the next Macbook deal.. PS, MacRumours, AppleInsider: Never heard of them, not something I use.

2019 Apple MacBook Pro 13.3" Touch Bar with Touch ID, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Space Grey - £1059.97 @ John Lewis & Partners
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
The 2019 MacBook Pro 13” features Apple’s Touch Bar with integrated Touch ID sensor and Retina display with True Tone technology for speed, security and sharpness. It’s fitted with… Read more

Only a touchbar. No full touch screen. Out of date.


Depends what you use it for. I use my 2013 MBP with 128Gb storage every day. Most of my documents stored in the cloud. Got me through 3 years of Uni, and still my daily device 4 years after graduating.


For all the people who have recommended avoiding this model due to the keyboard, are you suggesting to go for the 2020 model?


I just bought this model from Currys. Great little machine for the now reduced price. Unless you're going to be doing tons of typing, I wouldn't worry about the keyboard - it's fine. But be aware that the SSD drive is NOT upgradeable so you are stuck with 128Gb and use of external storage.


Yes I wasn’t clear in my answer, looking back on it again but yes that is essentially what happens. The top case and battery gets replaced and everything else gets reused including the keyboard. So technically you have a new keyboard but design wise you won’t get a resolution to it. Quite annoying truth be told. The only quality I like about laptops running windows are their general repairability.

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2020 Apple MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar, Intel Core i5 - 10th Gen, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Space Grey - £1,649.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
A good price for the latest 10th gen Intel model. Around £150 off RRP. Portable Powerhouse MacBook Pro elevates the notebook to a whole new level of performance and portability… Read more
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I think you have shown us all your IQ is the lowest due to you feeling the need to respond.


touch screen is for phones and tablets. Even the touchbar is fairly pointless... used Dell XPS for ages never used touch screen, currently use a MBP 15" 2018 and would prefer physical keys


SixtyFive is either your IQ or the number of people you've baited


Ugly and perform poorly. Doubt that's what people are after.


iMac's are bigger. The bigger the better every girl knows.

Macbook Pro 16” Late 2019 (Teachers and students) - £1,945.60 @ The EDU Store
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Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
19% off. Need to be either a teacher (primary, secondary, FE or HE) or a student with a school/college email address. Also available to other school/college employees so long as th… Read more

...and with a 4 year warranty.


To the people voting this cold, where are you getting this cheaper than £1945?

Refurbished 13.3-inch MacBook Pro 1.4GHz quad-core Intel Core i5 with Retina Display and 256 GB - Space Grey - £1,059 Apple
Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
Originally released July 2019 Touch Bar with integrated Touch ID sensor 13.3-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit display with IPS technology; 2560x1600 native resolution at 227 pixels pe… Read more

Why are people complaining? This is a bargain compared to the apple stand and the wheels for the macpro.


They sell for £1000+ used on eBay so Apple selling them for £1059 isn’t exactly mind blowing. All aboard the Bandwagon, next stop Dyson!


I know. I used to be one. Took years of rehab to recover.


Sorry to say but this is a terrible deal


Gat your coat...its gonna get cold.

2020 Apple MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Space Grey - £1,299 @ John Lewis & Partners
Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
The stylish and portable (2020) MacBook Pro 13” has been updated to include Apple’s Magic Keyboard – providing you with the best ever typing interface on a Mac notebook. Additional… Read more

Interested to see what the Pro will do, although i doubt i'll become giddy...except from laughter. Fun times.


Yep, dual core i7. An affront to the i7 monicker.


I know what you mean, it was on my list of potentials, i take it its Dual Core?,


I need to use a Mac for work, and I've got my work's 2014 Mac mini right now. Here's a quiz - how many potatoes can you see in the following picture? Hint, the answer is not 1.


I have never had a mac before, so its just a fun entry point for me. Actually its an early 2011 (8.2) pro, with an AMD gpu , so will turn that off for ''Mojave/Catalina''. There are plenty of decent bargains on old iMAC/Mini/Pro/Air, so its not a requirement to spend £1000+ initially. Your right, if you choose wisely there is plenty of room for upgrades, the biggest being SSD. In hindsight the (AMD gpu) wouuld have been passed over for sure.

MacBook Pro (2019) 13 Inch With Touch Bar, 1.4GHz Quad Core 8th Gen Intel® Core™ I5 Processor, 128Gb SSD - £1099.99 + £3.99 delivery @ Very
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Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
Been looking for a Mac book and got an email about this from Very cause I’d been looking at it. Seems like a good deal? 1119 in John Lewis and Curry’s Apple MacBook Pro (2019) 13 … Read more

Because a MacBook will last 5 times as long.


The difference in weight between that and a Macbook Pro is 200g...


Cold, better to get the 2020 version with a keyboard that doesn’t break.


It’s a poor “deal”, no offence. Macs are a hard sell on HUKD at best of times, but previous model should be more than 8% off


This went well

MacBook Pro Retina with Touch Bar 13"- Core i5-8GB-128GB SSD with 4 Years Warranty - £1054.01 @ the Edu Store
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Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
You will need access to a student/educational staff email address for this offer. Thought this is a good price if you are after the basic MacBook (as I am) & it's in stock. It'… Read more

You should just be able to pick and choose which files you restore


So this basically has 8 times less storage than my phone, and also costs twice as much?


And now it’s out!


Base models still have 8th gen processors the only change seems the magic keyboard


New macbook pro has just been released

Apple MacBook Pro Core i7 16GB 512GB SSD 16 Inch Touch Bar MacOS Laptop £2169.97 Delivered @ Laptops Direct
31/07/2020Expires on 31/07/2020Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
Had quite a few requests for Macbook Pros from members over the past week, and although with Apple prices always seem to be fixed to a certain extent, this is the absolute cheapest… Read more

Thanks for the reply


The Dell XPS 2020 looks the part - spec wise its the mutts nuts and this year they've released a 17" screen that's the size of a 15" laptop build form.. Can get it in 64GB ram so multiple virtual environments and/or containers will be a breeze If you can't wait as it's pre-order then Lenovo X1 Extremes a solid performer and prices for a similar/top specs wise parallel to MacBook Pro 2020 will be less than half price and you should be able to upgrade certain components unlike Apples etc on both XPS & X1 E Apples customer service is up there but the price you pay for the machine includes that service. Get the extended warranty with Dell or Lenovo and you're protected end of. Remember MacBook pros I believe from 2015-2016 switched to that garbage butterfly switches on their keyboards that guarantees to fail sooner or later so build quality wise its 4-5 years later they've built (hopefully) a solid machine that will last 1 thing to note is all machines fans will kick in so get decent headphones/buds! X1 doesn't need any dongles as comes with an array of ports, XPS 2020 I believe you will need a dongle MacBook style. There are suitable replacements that perform and are cheaper


I work in software automation and need a laptop to run and store multiple virtual machines each using an IDE like Visual Studio running C# or other programming language. Can you recommend which laptop is better value than the new 16" MacBook Pro if this is a stupid choice? I need it to be as well built as a MacBook Pro, with customer service as solid and available as the Apple stores and I want it to retain as much value as this will in 3 years when I come to replace it. Open to suggestions.


I'm not an apple fan but this isn't outrageously priced for a powerful thin and light laptop regardless of OS. Compared to their airs etc this is actually worth buying if you need the power and want to carry it around.


I did say it comes in a plain box

Apple MacBook Pro 13'' Core i5 2.5Ghz 4GB 500GB (Jun 2012) A Grade 12 M Waranty (Refurb) - £319.99 from cosmac ebay
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Posted 20th AprPosted 20th Apr
Add an SSD and it will be flying **Refurbished unit with 12 months warranty** Specifications: Brand: Apple Type: Macbook Pro 13.3'' Processor: Core i5 2.5Ghz Internet Connect… Read more

I deal with these models on a daily basis, grade A cosmetically doesn't necessarily mean Grade A in terms of age of battery, HDD, RAM or other components. These machines are old, when I open them up the thermal paste has set rock solid and these machines tend to idle at 40c ramping up to 80c for basic web browsing. Often the HDDs are on their way out too. You have to ask the question is it worth spending £320 (it's actually gone up to £340 now on the listing) for a laptop that is 8 years old or is it worth shopping around for a little bit extra and getting the 2015 which has a better design, much improved battery, retina display and better CPU/GPU. It is my opinion that they should be sub £200, this doesn't hold up well in the real world because people idolise the machines. I have one of the 2010 models sat in front of me with 8GB or RAM and an SSD and the core2duo struggles on 720p YouTube video (frame drops on Chrome and Safari) and chugs along in most tasks. There is no way they should be worth £200 but because of Apple tax they are.


I think your wrong, simply because there are still pre 2010 laptops in circulation that are £200 or less. £320 is at the top end of what I would want to pay, but if these really are grade A than it’s not all that bad.


I know and I mean the Touch Bar is a nice touch but for 1499


Exactly, and that’s half the storage of mine (granted you’ll have better processor gpu etc). It’s devastating really.


I just bought a MacBook Pro 13” 256gb and I paid 1499 and I mean it’s good but a bit pricey

Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch with Touch Bar Space Grey £1,699 at
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This is the Intel Core i7 16GB RAM 512GB powered 13 Inch MacBook Pro for guys that are running bigger apps like Photoshop etc.
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The keyboard is the main reason I've held off upgrading. Haven't been processor bound for years now, so upgrading early in the lifecycle usually works best for me. Particularly given Apple rarely drop prices, they control inventory well so even run out deals are relatively rare. Whilst the extended service program mitigates the financial cost, there's still the hassle of losing your primary machine for a day. WRT RAM/SSD I suspect very very few people shopping for this form factor of machine ever upgrade either component. Even when they weren't soldered in, notebooks in this segment often use components that arent mainstream. For example on my Late 2013 MBP, suitable PCIe SSD's weren't even available for a year. And when they did become available they were prohibitively expensive. By the time prices dropped, I was well within my laptop upgrade window anyway. Same was true for my Vaio P. In fact, although a lot is made of upgradeability on forums, very few people I know actually do upgrade RAM/SSD/HDD on their laptops.


Yep with that much ram its more likely the MBP will break beyond all economical repair before you actually see a serious loss of performance tbh. I don't see the average user using more than 8gb of ram for a good while imo, although you seem to be outside of the average user. Depends what programs you use and what its for if you'll use that 64gb ram. If the work you do provides you with enough income then maybe it is feasible to move back to windows in the short run and then wait it out for Apple to give you a reason to upgrade. My thoughts are though that if you need 64GB ram, it maybe more cost effective and productive to just go full send on a desktop both Apple and Windows. Not really that portable but it does mean that you can upgrade at your own leisure and the performance you get is a lot better than anything Apple can seriously offer. Repair-ability and upgrade-ability kind of goes out the window with laptops since probably the early 2000s. Especially when looking at high end machines. Most you could ever do on laptop is hard drive, ram and battery changes (even that is embedded at the top end, I'm thinking of the old IBM thinkpad carbon series which would have both internal and external batteries).


Thats the thing the MBP was going to solve my problems and was worth the upgrade. Now with 64GB though I grit my teeth with Apple soldering everything. They lock you in long term so you have to buy into that futureproofing instantly. Though I can see me pushing that 64GB. I just wanted it this time 'to work' and focus on productivity without anything getting in the way... oh well. Yeah I grit my teeth about Windows. It still would have been a temporary measure until Apple invariably get it together with general stability. Hopefully 10.15.5 is soon. Apparently its in beta. They did a minor update yesterday but not for the crashes!


Can’t say I blame you. I got rid of my 2016 MBP for that reason. I was lucky that things went wrong on it when they did. I had an issue with a blemish behind the screen which Apple were very good about and replaced the screen. I then had some issues with the keyboard and they ended up replacing more or less every thing because the keyboard was so integrated into the body. I was told that it meant I basically got a new laptop. I would hold off on windows and keep an open mind. Apple eventually got the message with iOS complaints and made changes in their approach to testing which they hope will allow for a more stable and less buggy iOS in the future editions. There’s a stronger chance they will apply this to mac os then there is with Microsoft who still release updates that will break devices of customers etc. I’ve since gone back to microsoft partly for greater stability in their office applications (word really struggled with my dissertation on my MBP) but mainly because its a lot cheaper. But choice is pretty stiff if you’re looking for something reliable, well supported and built imo. Brands focus on hit good spec points but their quality isn’t going to knock your socks off. Sounds as if you would make use of the power on a highly powered MBP if you’re driving multiple 4k monitors.


Yes I held off on the butterfly issues. The keyboard is very nice and like the 16 inch screen. But its seriously unusable. I tried all sorts in the settings. Reformatted multiple times. Same issues. Cannot get away from it. Its not stable long enough to do work on and then you would lose your work. I really need it powering multi screens as well 4k. They've badly got this one wrong. Im literally considering Windows! That says it all :D

Apple MacBook Pro 15" i9 512GB SSD MacOS X Grey Refurbished Laptop + free Thunderbolt Hub - £1999 delivered @ Scan
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Posted 2nd AprPosted 2nd Apr
Apple MacBook Pro 15" i9 512GB SSD MacOS X Grey Refurbished Laptop + free Thunderbolt Hub - £1999 delivered @ Scan
£1,999£2,79929% Free P&P FreeScan Deals
Massive savings on this refurb Macbook with great specs: i9-9880H Processor 16GB DDR4 RAM 512GB NVMe SSD 4GB Radeon Pro 560X Dedicated Graphics Incl Touch Bar w/Touch ID Y… Read more

Don’t bother with the 15 and this is not worth buying if you just want to surf the web, play Music, etc. What don’t people get? These Macs are aimed towards people who work with OSX based software and need a higher performance machine to save time for their job. In my spare time, my phone does what i need to do, at work i need something like this as i use Mac only software for my job and i need to do it as quick as possible. I bought a custom 16 that paid for itself in a matter of weeks. Buy the right tool for the job, unless you have money to burn.


hence his companies begging for billions off the govt.. while sacking all staff... (y)


I don't think he's very needy these days?


Have you seen how Branson dresses himself?


They are not specifically for meetings - the point I was making is that gamer laptops cannot be revealed in public! You can bang on about specs all you like, my MacBooks run better than your toy, fact.

Apple Macbook Pro, Intel Core i9, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, 16 Inch Notebook in Space Grey £2499.99 @ Costco
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Apple Macbook Pro, Intel Core i9, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, 16 Inch Notebook in Space Grey £2499.99 @ Costco
£2,499.99Costco Deals
Features - Intel Core i9 Processor - AMD Radeon Pro 5500M with 4GB of GDDR6 - macOS - Up to 11 Hours Battery Life - 2.0kg - Touch Bar with and Touch ID Sensor

This is true. It’s a good discount if you are after one of these, but it’s not a bargain if you’re after a cheaper bit of kit.


Everyone has a right to their opinion


Bargain. Just joking


Not even economist mate. An economist might well say the person that buys this laptop over the equivalent windows laptop which could be attained for less money, is likely deriving additional utility from this laptop over the equivalent cheaper laptop. Hence why the consumer is willing to pay a higher price for said product. This guy is trying to look at this laptop from a ‘value for your money perspective’ and the reality is that Apple has virtually never been that kind of company with those kind of products.


That’s not how tax works, although usually if you expense something through your business it costs roughly half what if would if you paid yourself.. depending on your personal tax situation. IANAA etc..

Apple MacBook Pro, 16 inch, Intel i9, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD £2,187 at Very
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Posted 5th MarPosted 5th Mar
Apple MacBook Pro, 16 inch, Intel i9, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD £2,187 at Very
£2,187£2,79922%Very Deals are currently price matching Amazon, who had a two month lead order, for the top of the range MacBook Pro. This makes the price £2429, however if you open a new account … Read more
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Still not as good, but back at £2599 less 10%. Hopefully Amazon reduce the price back to £2429 and Very price match.


I think the discount was pulled at midnight.


Can’t believe I missed this aswel!? I started signing up and fell asleep now it’s back up. Do you know how long this offer was on for, by any chance?


I did. Very pleased :) Even cheekily asked them to waive the £3.99 delivery fee, and they did!


I was going to get it at that price.

Macbook Pro 16" 1tb 16gb - Space Grey £2429 @ Very Free click and collect
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Macbook Pro 16" 1tb 16gb - Space Grey £2429 @ Very Free click and collect
£2,429£2,5394%Very Deals
Seems like a good price for this laptop, nice to see a current model so heavily discounted. There's an offer for new credit accounts (10% off) which may work with this too, which w… Read more

It was 2429 a month ago (cheaper with a code) but this deal has expired and it's back to full price now, I'm afraid.


How do you apply this discount on Very to make it 2429 as on the site it says it is 2799 ??


There’s a dedicated gpu as well


Don’t remember it tbh.


Cool, thanks for the heads up - fingers crossed for Easter 😁

RAVPower Portable Charger 20000mAh Power Delivery 60W P Bank(charge macbook pro perfectly)£27.99 Sold by S.M UK-Tech and Fulfilled by Amazon
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RAVPower Portable Charger 20000mAh Power Delivery 60W P Bank(charge macbook pro perfectly)£27.99 Sold by S.M UK-Tech and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Use the code : RC2RGFNH to get it for £27.99!
Enter the code "NBRPP201" at checkout or click on the promtion message underneath the price to redeem Potent Power for Your Laptop: Substantial 60W PD output means it can charg… Read more



Thank you ciscoboy ohhhh @sisqoboy :D


Thanks! Updated the price, great find @apur32 ! (highfive)


£27.99 now!


Ordered, Thanks op...

MacBook Pro (2019) 13 Inch With Touch Bar, 1.4GHz Quad-Core 8th Gen I5 Processor, 128Gb SSD with £1299 (£1031.14 with 10% Cashback) @ Very
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MacBook Pro (2019) 13 Inch With Touch Bar, 1.4GHz Quad-Core 8th Gen I5 Processor, 128Gb SSD with £1299 (£1031.14 with 10% Cashback) @ Very
£1,146Very Deals
Enter PEHAX at checkout to order on 12 months Buy Now Pay Later and get your credit back on this item. Interest is calculated and compounded for the delayed payment period and is … Read more

I'm not sure tbh


Any way for it to work?


Says buy now pay later coupon not valid


No i don't think so


Do I have to be a new user

2019 Apple MacBook Pro 15" Touch Bar, Intel Core i9, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Radeon Pro 560X, Space Grey £2400 John Lewis & Partners
Posted 12th FebPosted 12th Feb
2019 Apple MacBook Pro 15" Touch Bar, Intel Core i9, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Radeon Pro 560X, Space Grey £2400 John Lewis & Partners
The (2019) MacBook Pro 15” with Apple’s cutting edge Touch Bar technology and Retina display has been created with a 9th generation Intel Core i9 processor and 16GB RAM. It’s been … Read more

Talking of keyboards, pretty funny speech by Taika Waititi when he was asked at the Oscars a question that could help writers and he went on a rant about Apple keyboards being so bad his gone back to PC


For similar price you can get 2019 16" MacBook pro, which has much better keyboard, better CPU cooling and very slightly bigger screen. They should have discounted 15 inchers to 50% off to make any sense to buy them.

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