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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
Mac Book Pro (2018) 15 inch 2.6Ghz (8th gen)| 512gb ssd | 16gb £2500 @ Very.co.uk
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It's the cheapest I have seen it even apples retail price is £2,699.00. Sure it's still expensive but it is £199.00 off the retail price which I don't think is that bad. More pow… Read more
deeky

Ah, it was a glitch then? £200 below list price :D

deeky

So you didn't click the Trustpilot link then?

X-Ray

Very have noticed this error and corrected the price as such this thread will be made expired.

C00ky

Shows as 2699 so maybe a miss price ?

masterbruce

There’s nothing wrong with very

macbook pro Retina MPXR2B/A, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB Solid State Drive in Silver £1099.99 @ Costco
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Macbook pro here on hot buy from costco. Not sure if it's the latest model but looks to me the same one JL have @ £1249. Apple MacBook Pro Retina MPXR2B/A, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, … Read more
CrispyHKDuck

MacBook pros were just refreshed They’re usually a gen behind

C00ky

New MacBook Pro released today

audievo

They are not alone in this, lots of manufacturers are the same. I think they work on the premise we all trust our private pics, files, docs to some anonymous cloud so don’t actually use hd space. Still I agree with you, 512 should be a min.

RiverDragon8

£1K+ laptop and all Apple put in is a 128GB SSD.....geeez (embarrassed)

plap

If you haven't got a Costco card, Ebuyer sell this one for £1,100.63 (on 6th July their price was £1,097.00) https://www.ebuyer.com/794070-apple-macbook-pro-mpxr2b-a

USB C Hub, dodocool Type C to HDMI 4K Adapter with 4 USB 3.0 Ports for MacBook / MacBook Pro / Google Chromebook Pixel and More in Amazon lighting deals £8.04 (Prime) £12.53 (Non Prime) @  Sold by HOME-Victory and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Instant expansion with 4 Super-Speed USB 3.0 ports and 4K Video Adapter; the transfer speed is up to 5 Gbps, which is 10 times faster than USB2.0. 4K Video Resolution enables you … Read more
IamChris

Got a link to something else with 3-4 USB 3 and hdmi because that's exactly what I want. No need for PD or ethernet

wakkaday

This is overpriced for what it is no Ethernet or power delivery usb c port

HSunny

exactly the same as me, been eyeing this aswell! Gutted!

JasonKennedy

Now sold out

firstofficer

OOS - cold

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MacBook Pro i5 2.5 GHz 13" (2012) 500 GB (Refurbished - Good) £319.99 Delivered with code @ Music Magpie
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Thought this was a pretty decent price if you are after a MacBook. granted, few years old now but an SSD upgrade could make this a nice little lappy for the price.:) Use code SUM… Read more
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DJBenson

As promised - checking in on my Mac with its new battery in situ. Not that difficult but you need to be careful and take your time if you decide to have a go. I can fully recommend the iFixit Europe Store for their battery replacement kit - has (almost) everything you need - just get yourself some 2-3mm nylon twine too to use as a saw to cut through the adhesive (as shown here). Just over £75 for the battery, fitting kit and twine and an hour of my time whilst watching Uruguay vs Portugal. Beats paying Apple £200 for the pleasure.

dariobros2

Looks like you have never worked on MacBook before... my i7 MacBook Pro is 7 years old, not only it’s running fast as it has an ssd drive but can be compared to some newly produced windows crappy laptops. The second hand laptops without a warranty are still selling around £450-550 on eBay. These machines will last ages! Heat from me.

ollie87

https://marco.org/2016/01/04/md101ll-a

shakerstevens

Brilliant deal for the money, yes its 6 years old but these were still being sold as new less than 2 years ago. bullet proof design and will last for many years to come, just a new battery every few years and as everyone else has said an SSD upgrade will do it the world of good.

CoeK

You are the only bite he managed to catch.

Apple MacBook Pro 13" MD101 A1278 (Mid 2012) - Core i5 2.5GHz CPU - 8GB RAM - 1TB HDD  (Certified Refurbished) £466.39 @ PCsAndParts Amazon
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Apple MacBook Pro 13" MD101 A1278 (Mid 2012) Core i5 2.5GHz CPU - 8GB RAM - 1TB HDD A Certified Refurbished product has been tested and certified to look and work like new. Th… Read more
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ezzer72

These were £999 brand new and Apple still sold them brand new until fairly recently (2012 was the launch year). Whilst this price isn't spectacularly cheap, they are still worth good money and are reliable and upgradeable. So much better than a plastic piece of junk with noisy fans, performance that worsens daily and awful battery life when spending similar on a Windows laptop.

Dan_Monkfield

Compare the spec against a brand new windows laptop, see how much money you spend just to an os that isn’t great for your average home user.

americanonpurpose

6 years

G0rdonGekko

This is a terrrible deal. I could understand if it was half the price, but it's £500 for a 5 year old tech that's been refurbed? Seriously, if you're that desperate for a Macbook Pro, get yourself a interest free credit card and get one the current one (or even last years) on interest free where you can pay it off over a year or so.

onlineDealHunter

well said sir and great post describing all the reason to still buy this model

MacBook Pro (2017) 13-Inch, Intel® Core™ I5, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD at Very for £1079.10
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Very are offering 10% of the item price back on a range of laptops. Enter MUN4K at checkout to order on 12 months Buy Now Pay Later and get your credit back on this item. Offer end… Read more
Picard123

Apple have also admitted that there's a design flaw with the keyboards on Macbooks that cause it to fail:

sane4sure

Sorry, I wasn't judging - just interested in your decision. Black Friday catches us all some day!

tetobart

It's what I had to do, but it makes it less portable. Next time I'll go for a Dell

tetobart

I got it on black Friday for 800, but yes, it's my fault.

masterbruce

Buy a usb-c / tb3 external hard drive? Problem solved

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Keyboard Service Program for MacBook (2015-2017) and MacBook Pro (2016-2017) & Refund for Prior Paid Service @ Apple
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If you believe your MacBook or MacBook Pro was affected by this issue, and you paid to have your keyboard repaired, you can contact Apple about a refund . Apple has determined … Read more
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hussaiz1

If it's in warranty the battery will be replaced along with keyboard if not it's going to be a uphill struggle to get the battery sorted. Apple " should" fix the keyboard free of charge (regardless of warranty staus) if it's showing any of the above issues. Apple isn't what it used to be in terms of customer service unfortunately. ;(

LoveABargainAlways

whats the problem with these laptops? I havent heard anything about it, but my keyboard has recently stopped working and the battery says it needs replacing. My laptops one of the ones listed. What should i do?

iAmLegendFam

This is only a refund on the repair, which should have been free under warranty anyway: If you believe your MacBook or MacBook Pro was affected by this issue, and you paid to have your keyboard repaired, you can contact Apple about a refund. I had the repair, and my replacement keyboard is doing exactly the same again. They need to think of a solution.

iAmLegendFam

I had mine repaired under apple warranty, and I think my new keyboard is having the same issue again!

radiocaf

Louis Rossmann on YouTube was right again.

Nifty MiniDrive Retina 13" Silver Micro SD Card adapter for MacBook Pro £9.99 Prime / £14.48 non Prime - Sold by Nifty and Fulfilled by Amazon
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This is simply an adapter for MacBook Pro...still expensive at a tenner but it fits perfectly to the macbook and enables you to leave it in. I have bought cheap ones in the past an… Read more
freddo1322

Anyone spotted any decent 200gb microSD deals?

Smog

I Helped crowdfund these on Kickstarter when they launched in 2012. Might be able to get cheaper copies but 6 years later it’s still working as it did on day one. Heat from me.

RiverDragon8

Got to be gullible to buy one of these. I bought a couple of these for 99p each in 2016. They've gone up in price £1.55 from eBay.

LadyEleanor

White ones on ebay for 99p if you want the 'Thrifty' brand.

2017 Apple MacBook Pro 13" Touch Bar Silver £1,449.00 @ John Lewis
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Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel Iris Plus Graphics 650, Silver. Wait for the WWDC 2018 for a new MacBook Pro reveal 'likely' if your thinking about buying an Mac
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S23

You can’t tell he makes his income by criticising them? (lol)

Kaixen_Dannyjak

Difference is Cadbury is an improvement unlike the Mac.

david_robinson94

Cadbury is overpriced when compared against Tesco value chocolate, but most people would still prefer to eat Cadbury.......

BB89.

Not ones that cost £1500+ though. Gpu is a letdown for such a price but because of the portability you gotta compromise somewhere I guess, just not sure this much. Definitely more style than substance. iMac are much more worth it .

Raj_Shah

Watch Louis Rossman's videos on youtube the really see the build quality of apple devices

Refurbished 13.3-inch MacBook Pro 2.3GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 with Retina display - Space Grey £1059 @ Apple
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Comes with One Year Warranty from Apple directly I know there will obviously be a lot of Applehaters on here, but for anybody looking for a cheaper Macbook pro, this seems a good … Read more
shayureppa

There rumours of new Macbook Pro with Intel CPU + AMD GPU

C00ky

I would suggest holding off until after the WWDC on the 6 June, Apple may update some of these devices which will cause sales of stock in shops anyway. Macbook Pro is expected to get the latest intel processors at least.

shayureppa

Never had an issue with macOS giving broken updates. Mac Mini 2012 still going strong. Windows 10 OS another different league due to BS after BS.

jimhuf

Mac OS also does this.

shayureppa

Interesting but I'd take Mac OS over Windows 10 when you get updates forced down throat that break or make things worse.

13-inch MacBook Pro (non Touch Bar) FREE Battery Replacement Program
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Not exactly a deal (although you do get a free battery), but if you own this model you can get the battery replaced free.
ArjunSinghAoulik

Minimising windows isn't really a thing that people do on Macbooks. You can have multiple desktops/screens/spaces at once, so people usually switch between the different desktops rather than minimising something they don't want to see and maximising another thing. https://support.apple.com/kb/PH25574?locale=en_US

Ikinaya88

Ok so I moved from Windows laptop to a mbp. I do like it but let's be honest there are some simple things you can do on a Windows that you can't do at all on MBP e.g. you can't collapse a full window, you have to make it smaller before you can minimise it! That just takes the Michael - can a MBP fanboy/girl or non binary individual enlighten me please

m5rcc

That's what you class it. By your rationale, people should post any old rubbish under Deals in order to get visibility? I don't think so... I wasn't nitpicking. I was asking a legitimate question. It would have been better if users such yourself didn't reply and repeat old news too... Too late. Somehow, I think you will. When you do, could you kindly post a deal?

Crawlspace

I always class a “freebie “ as something you may not already own but would like. This post is just informational really. The OP has found something and wants to share with everyone. Some people may not look under the freebie section so what is wrong with sticking it under this area? As someone said earlier..... If you don’t need it then move along....no need to nitpick. You really must not have much to do in your life by spending so much time replying to all the posts.....Don’t bother trying to be sassy and replying to this.....I won’t be commenting back. (embarrassed)

ResveZ

Incredible that after almost 10y of being screwed over by Apple people still return. Every model since the "unibody" that was actually glued together has severe engineering issues... still people won't give up on this and call a recall a "deal" lol

9% to 26% off Apple MacBooks - MacBook pro with touchbar, dual core i5, 256gb - £1583 @ Debenhams Plus
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Apple products are rarely discounted but I found this at Debenhams. MacBook pro with touchbar, dual core i5, 256gb is £1749 in Tesco, Argos, Currys, John Lewis and A.O. but £1583 i… Read more
wayneio

I used to think this too, always hated Apple. This week I used MacOS for the first time and I'm hooked. Specs might be lower but when you have a company manufacturing the hardware, the OS and the software, things like Final Cut just work so well. And this is the cheapest I've seen the model I want.

danielpaulrobinson

They have the new 2in1 XPS 9575 on the dell website. But they start at £1,699, and no option for the i9 yet.

ToddHoffman

I too doubted that quote to be honest but this makes me think the baseline model will be £999 Dell hasn’t yet confirmed UK pricing for the XPS 15, but prices will start at $999.99 in the US. Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/news/dell-xps-15-2018-core-i9-3442841#xRPVYhSw9YbbHKbL.99

MassiveBongFace

Opinion.

waquzy

That's because they will cost 1.5K and not a thousand bucks

Caldigit TS3 Thunderbolt 3 Docking Station £219.99 Sold by CalDigitSales and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Absolutely bargain price on a top spec thunderbolt 3 Dock. Useful for all the MacBook Pro users out there. Can confirm this drives 5K retina displays and even 4K TV’s using Display… Read more
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MercutioLeonhart

£6.99 delivery...

MarkPatterson

So much frost for a £60 (21%) saving... must be because I mentioned Apple (lol)

CampGareth

In theory they should be cheaper now. I think we'll need to wait for China to start producing TB3 chips for them to become truly cheap. As a side note you can get a cheap TB3 dock by going for a Dell TB15. They were poorly designed and overheated like crazy so were replaced by the TB16. This means while the TB16 is about £400 the 15 is only £100. Cut some air vents into it, add some small heatsinks to the hotter running chips and it's great.

bouttime2

The licensing charge is being removed by Intel to help Thunderbolt gain widespread use. It may have already been removed. That's why these docks are getting cheaper each week. Hold off for a while if you can.

MarkPatterson

Now now, intel invented TB3 and it’s ridiculous pricing is due to their initial licensing. Apple just made it mainstream by removing every other port (lol)

Amazon - Type C USB-C Adapter,UCOUSO [2 in 1 Pack] USB-C to USB 3.0 Adapter and USB Type C to Micro USB Converter £2.99 Sold by UCOUSO UK Direct and Fulfilled by Amazon - add on item
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Sure this won't interest most people, but it is a brilliant deal! I almost bought it when it was £6 last November, but it has been up at £6.99 since then (According to 3C) so this … Read more
funkymartyn

This is good if you want these two types....i picked up two the same type c to usb 3 from amazon the other day to top my order up for free offer.....and my lap top as the type c outlet which i dont need.

ataritheone

its cheaper on ebay and you can have 3 for 3.99 as well

rawson

addon item so no free delivery unless you add another £17.01 to the order.

USB C Hub, HooToo Type C Adapter Hub with 4 USB 3.0 Ports e.g. for new Macbook pro £11.99 Prime /  £15.98 non Prime - Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Good price for a USB-C Hub with 4 USB ports. Good for those with a new model of Macbook, and miss using external devices with it. Collect voucher on page or use code QWTXMNH3 to… Read more
adi2scoops

Why are there so few hubs that have more usb c type connectors on the hub. Downside for the MacBook is just the one usb c Port so if you want to charge it you have to disconnect hubs like this :|

forcedv

Shame it can't do Samsung DEX mode

maccy1

Hubba hubba, heat added chichi XD

WestMidlands

Cold no Ethernet

karol007

No card reader , usb only .... not hot, not cold .

Apple Mac Pro ONLY £1299 with 2 year guarantee from John Lewis was £2999
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The Mac Pro is a revolutionary desktop solution to satiate the needs and desires of any avid Apple users. Built to let your creativity run free, it features a state-of-the-art Inte… Read more
Interloper

Based on someone's comment further up in this thread (thanks, btw!) I bought the AppleCare off eBay for roughly £50. Called Apple yesterday and they registered it without issue (just had to email the JL receipt)so it's now covered until Jan 2021. Result!

yellowpony

Excellent! Even better, congrats!

JamesSmith

Likewise! 20-4-2015. I got the last one JL had, £1199 clearance. It was new unopened - another customer returned it. Very pleased with the performance! Running dual HD monitors atm. Studio One runs like liquid on it. Looking to flightcase this for a portable studio. (y)

yellowpony

I just checked the build date on mine, April 2015. Not as old as I thought.

Interloper

Yes, they didn’t include the D300 in the replacement program. Anecdotal evidence seems to suggest they are quietly replacing all cards however, regardless of model or manufacturing date. Incidentally, there are suggestions the problem is alleviated/fixed by turning off screensavers and not allowing the display to go to sleep

Apple MacBook Pro Core i7 2.6GHz 16GB 256GB SSD 15 Inch OS X 10.12 Sierra with Touch Bar Laptop - MLW72B/A £1739 - Debenhams Plus
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I am not sure if this is a misprice. This is the cheapest I can find this spec anywhere. Apple selling them for £2,349
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Thahleel

Knock off £240 with the student discount from Apple, even then it's not really a good price, but it's a damn sight better.

Lucifer_UK

Apple = brrr 😨 wrap up warm kids

nickdgardiner

An extra £100 for this one would be better "value" ;-) http://www.jigsaw24.com/macbook-pro-15-inch-touchbar-quad-i7-2.7ghz-16gb-512gb-pro-455-silver/macbook-pro/-/fcp-product/27998 Shame its not £1,750 as it was a month or two ago.

5Rivers79

Any ideas on a good price for a current 2017 model? Argos seem to be selling 2017 touchbar model with 512ssd and Radeon 560 for £2399 for the Space Grey colour... is that a decent deal?

daBluone

Old model as Apple don't sell a 2.6ghz model.

AUKEY USB C Hub HDMI Port ( 4K ), 4 USB 3.0 Data Transfer Ports and 100W USB C PD Port USB Type C Multiport Adapter for MacBook Pro 2016 / 2017, iMac £26.99 Delivered with code Sold by yueying and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Great price for this 'breakout-box' for USB C devices, giving you much more IO options! 4K @ 30Hz via HDMI, as well as 4 USB 3.0 Ports. Be sure to redeem the coupon under Promotio… Read more
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yiu

Price has gone up. Anyone seen same price anywhere else?

polarbaba

Mine charges and works ok with Single usb c

zangana

I hear there are power issues with the single USB C hubs, compared to the dual hubs. Thoughts?

yabbas

Bought this months back - works a treat with the Dell XPS 13.

bangytupper

Cold. No RS232 port.

2017 Apple MacBook Pro 15" John Lewis - £2099 delivered
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This price is for the Space Grey model and comes with John Lewis 3 years guarantee. 2017 Apple MacBook Pro 15" Touch Bar, Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Radeon Pro 555, Spac… Read more
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iGlad

There’s a little thing called the OS which makes a big difference to the user experience. Do you still have to load drivers in windows to get things to work? The whole Apple OS is on another level imho.

Lowtrawler

The comparison is important because if they both do the same job, why pay extra for Apple? In the case of big business, it is retraining costs and availability of skilled contract resource that causes them to stick with Apple. It is less clear why private individuals would do so. In the late 80's, I was a Mac evangelist and it was only after Windows 7 that this changed. Even then, Apple had their own bespoke hardware which warranted a premium. Nowadays, they use the same parts as any other computer and, in my view, are playing on people's naivety in charging a premium.

iGlad

DTP was a hot buzz word in the 80’s but I guess it’s still a thing in certain industries. I haven’t owned a windows machine since windows 98/NT but that was when I used to make my own PC’s. I’m not sure why people even bother to try and compare windows and Apple machines makes no sense if either do the job for you.

Lowtrawler

Where I work, it is still a big thing and they still use Apple. They expand the dtp team for 3 months every year using contract resource and contractors almost exclusively use Apple. On discussing Windows with the contractors, most admit it is simply the history that Apple have rather than any current differences.

iGlad

You said ‘desktop publishing’ I haven’t seen or heard that term in about 15 years or more!! (lol)

USB Type-C Hub with 3 USB Gigabit Ethernet Adapter for MacBook/Pro Sold £11.99 prime / £15.98 non prime  by EgoIggo UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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EgoIggo by Amazon Offering USB Type-C Hub for £11.99. EgoIggo USB C Hub with 3 USB 3.0 Ports, USB Type C to RJ45 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit Ethernet Adapter for MacBook 2015/2016,M… Read more
HotBot

If anyone can live without the Power Delivery function you can save £2 by getting this one for £9.99.

WestMidlands

Just saying that the product being recommended differs to the one in original post

HotBot

Correct. What do you expect for £7.99. As already mentioned without power delivery why would you need ethernet? In a desktop environment you would expect your laptop to be plugged in when using such external connections.

WestMidlands

No Ethernet!

HotBot

The first bullet point states: Ultra slim Type C Hub with Power Delivery (PD) Specification - charging your laptop while connecting multiple devices and transferring data.The information you have quoted is just the information for the standard USB ports

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