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[Best Buy] MacBook Pro - 13.3" $400 off, 15.4" $700 off

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Nov 28, 2014
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On top of it, key board issues almost 3 mac out of 5 mac pro @ work. Just waiting if someone sue them..
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Nov 23, 2018
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pandya0003 wrote: On top of it, key board issues almost 3 mac out of 5 mac pro @ work. Just waiting if someone sue them..
You're holding it wrong lol.

Joke aside, the 2019 models are much better.
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Feb 11, 2009
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fudge_u wrote: Guess my mid-2014 13" MacBook Pro will continue to live on for a few more years.
In the same boat but with my perfectly fine working mid 2014 15" MacBook Pro! Really wanted the touch id on it haha!
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Sep 26, 2016
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I think this is not a bad deal for people who have to buy a Mac book
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Nov 28, 2014
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Madden, AB
2019 models started to appear in refurbished store, FYI
15% off
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Nov 23, 2018
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I only see a 13 inch. Let me know when 15 inch there.
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Jul 19, 2012
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Spinner wrote: $1,129 for an Apple refurbished 8th generation processor and 2560x1600 display.
Do you have a Canadian link for this?

I'm just not seeing it, as the lowest price is $1,339 for a MacBook Air 13" with Retina, but an older 5th-gen CPU + DDR3. They are "new" models with Retina screens, but they still have old-ass CPUs in them.

https://www.apple.com/ca/shop/product/F ... splay-gold

If I could find an Intel 8th-gen i5 MacBook Air Retina for $1,100 CAD, I'd buy 10.
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JackWhyte wrote: If I could find an Intel 8th-gen i5 MacBook Air Retina for $1,100 CAD, I'd buy 10.
Apple has 143 units currently in stock. Go wild.

The product I've linked above uses the i5-8210Y.
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Thanks, and I was really hoping it wasn't one of those slow-ass M3 Retina models that BB was blowing out this week. This is actually not a bad deal, as I was comparing it to the MacBook Air i7 1440 model for ~$1,000, and this is actually of comparable performance + Retina for a bit more money. Plus, it'll definitely run cooler.
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Spinner wrote: Apple has 143 units currently in stock. Go wild.
I was assuming at least a 256GB SSD and a bit faster CPU, but I think I am in for one unit. :lol:
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JackWhyte wrote: I was assuming at least a 256GB SSD and a bit faster CPU, but I think I am in for one unit. :lol:
We can all dream, but it's still Apple after all.
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Jul 19, 2012
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Spinner wrote: We can all dream, but it's still Apple after all.
I can't believe Microsoft and Apple are still putting 128GB SSDs in their current & expensive Macbooks/Surface Laptops - how cheap can you get?

And it's not like you can easily upgrade these things, as everything is soldered in now.
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JackWhyte wrote: I can't believe Microsoft and Apple are still putting 128GB SSDs in their current & expensive Macbooks/Surface Laptops - how cheap can you get?

And it's not like you can easily upgrade these things, as everything is soldered in now.
Agreed, with the prices these days it should start at 512GB, but the upgrades are too much of a cash cow for them to do that.
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Nov 18, 2017
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Its unfortunate the ethos Apple operates with.

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