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01-17-2013, 01:52 PM #1
Apple's 13-inch MacBook Pro With Retina Display Now Available Refurbished
Apple Thursday started selling refurbished versions of the new 13-inch MacBook Pro with retina display that was introduced in October of 2012. They have been made available on Apple’s Online Store Web site and will be 15% cheaper than the new version of the machine.
At the refurbished prices, the 2.5Ghz Core i5 MacBook Pro with retina display that has 128GB of flash storage is $1439, which is normally priced at $1699 new. The 2.5Ghz Core i5 MacBook Pro with retina display that has 256GB of flash storage is $1699, which is normally priced at $1999 new. Finally, the 2.9Ghz Core i7 MacBook Pro with retina display that has 512GB of flash storage is $2289, which is normally priced at $2698 new.
Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Pro with retina display is a good productivity computer, however it lacks the powerful graphics that come in the 15-inch MacBook Pro with retina display, as it only comes with the integrated Intel HD 4000 graphics. The 13-inch MacBook Pro with retina display has a resolution of 2650 x 1600 and comes packed with the latest Ivy Bridge processors from Intel and 8GB of 1600Mhz memory, which delivers a zippy experience for the user.
Apple’s refurbished machines come with the same warranties as a new Apple machine, so it wouldn’t be a bad idea to pick up a refurbished model of the 13-inch MacBook Pro with retina display if you’ve been craving one, and save some money.
Sources: Apple via MacRumors
01-17-2013, 02:11 PM #2
15-inch is also available.
01-17-2013, 02:14 PM #3
01-17-2013, 03:56 PM #4
That seems fast to have refurbs. I wonder how the 13inc is selling? I
I've my 15inch, but I would never pay what they see asking in terms of price for the 13 inch model.
01-17-2013, 05:13 PM #5
Wonder how apple fare in replacing components? Given the difficulty servicing them (glass glued to screen / memory soldered to motherboard etc) wonder do they just replace the entire component that's faulty...?
01-17-2013, 05:29 PM #6
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