Deals: Low Prices Hit 13-Inch and 16-Inch MacBook Pro (Up to $300 Off)

Friday February 14, 2020 4:20 AM PST by Mitchel Broussard

Amazon and Adorama have introduced new sales on the 2019 13-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, with deals taking as much as $300 off select models.

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You can get the 13-inch MacBook Pro (1.4GHz, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD) for $1,099.99, down from $1,299.00 ($199 off) on Amazon. This is the lowest price we've ever tracked for the model, and it's also being matched at Best Buy.

For the larger MacBook Pro, the 16-inch model (2.3GHz 8-Core, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD) is on sale for $2,499.00, down from $2,799.00 ($300 off) on Adorama. This is another lowest-ever price, and it's currently beating prices for the same model seen at Amazon and Best Buy.

Head to our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more discounts on Apple products and related accessories.

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7 weeks ago


Touchbar + No mag safe + less than 512GB by default = my wallet stays closed

If MS can add MagSafe to their Surface laptops, then I may also very well go with Surface Laptop instead. Or with Lenovo X1. There are plenty of solid laptops out there these days...

Apple has been milking this cow for way too long... This ain't 2016! Innovate your a**! Stop talking about innovation (yeah Tim, I mean you!) and give us something better than that junk you have been serving for the 5 last years. Damn!

They don’t even have to innovate. Take the retina MacBook Pro from 2012, slap the latest generation hardware in it and call it a day. I’ve said it before, the 2012-2015 was the perfect Apple notebook design.
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7 weeks ago


Over a thousand dollars and all you get is 128 gigs of storage.

Very shameful. I hope Apple takes this redesign chance to address the storage minimum and bump us to 256gb base storage on the 13/14”. It would fit well within a new tier structure of storage minimums across their devices and this is their chance to let the MBP 16” lead by example. It’s the first Mac in a while where the basest config still feels generous.

MBP 16 - 512gb/1tb
MBP 13 - 256gb minimum on all configurations
iPad Pro - 128gb
iPhone Pro - 128gb
iPad - 64gb
iPhone - 64gb
Apple Watch - 32gb
iPhone SE2/9 - 32/64gb
iPod - 16gb

And any and all desktop configs would start at 512gb minimum.

Please Apple. It’s time to release us. If you really want us to be creative then give the poorest of us SPACE TO BE CREATIVE!!!!!
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7 weeks ago
Over a thousand dollars and all you get is 128 gigs of storage.
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7 weeks ago
Hopefully its a sign that the new 13/14” with the scissor keyboard is coming soon...
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7 weeks ago
Touchbar + No mag safe + less than 512GB by default = my wallet stays closed

If MS can add MagSafe to their Surface laptops, then I may also very well go with Surface Laptop instead. Or with Lenovo X1. There are plenty of solid laptops out there these days...

Apple has been milking this cow for way too long... This ain't 2016! Innovate your a**! Stop talking about innovation (yeah Tim, I mean you!) and give us something better than that junk you have been serving for the 5 last years. Damn!
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7 weeks ago


Touchbar + No mag safe + less than 512GB by default = my wallet stays closed

If MS can add MagSafe to their Surface laptops, then I may also very well go with Surface Laptop instead. Or with Lenovo X1. There are plenty of solid laptops out there these days...

Apple has been milking this cow for way too long... This ain't 2016! Innovate your a**! Stop talking about innovation (yeah Tim, I mean you!) and give us something better than that junk you have been serving for the 5 last years. Damn!

If the only thing standing in your way of buying a Windows laptop is mag safe, then that's what you should buy. Other people are willing to pay the premium for an Apple product because of MacOS, the eco system as a whole, creative and professional needs, and other things that are specific to the Apple product experience. If those aren't the things you care about, then of course save some cash and get a Windows machine.
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