Maxed Out High-End 16-Inch MacBook Pro Costs $6,099

Apple today announced new 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with M1 Pro and M1 Max Apple silicon chips, and the new machines come with higher than expected price tags.

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The 14-inch model starts at $1,999, while the 16-inch model starts at $2,499. There are upgrades available for the chip, SSD, and memory upgrades depending on the model.

A fully maxed 16-inch MacBook Pro tops out at $6,099, featuring a top of the line ‌M1 Max‌ chip with 10-core CPU and 32-core GPU, 64GB unified memory, and 8TB SSD.

The 14-inch MacBook Pro models can be customized with the same specs. A 14-inch MacBook Pro with ‌M1 Max‌, 64GB unified memory, and 8TB SSD is priced at $5,899.

Pre-orders for the new MacBook Pro models started today and the first machines will be arriving to customers next Tuesday. Fully customized and upgraded MacBook Pro models won't ship out until December.

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Top Rated Comments

tothemoonsands Avatar
35 months ago
I'd rather buy a Mac Pro, and have my assistant carry it around for me.
Score: 42 Votes (Like | Disagree)
fathergll Avatar
35 months ago
I seriously hate these headlines. Just configure it without the 8TB of storage.
Score: 26 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Moonlight Avatar
35 months ago
If you are not a pro, this "seems" expensive. If you are, and make your money on billable time doing pro work, its not bad at all.
Score: 17 Votes (Like | Disagree)
fel10 Avatar
35 months ago
Top notch
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triton100 Avatar
35 months ago
Ha in the U.K. it costs the exact same price to just upgrade to 64 and 2TB. It’s cheaper to fly to the states stay in a nice hotel, buy it there, get the maxed out version and still have money left over.
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macrumorsuser10 Avatar
35 months ago
The bulk of that $6099 comes from the 8 TB of SSD. Just get the 1TB SSD and add more storage with an external SSD through the Thunderbolt 4 port. That's what Thunderbolt 4 was intended to do.


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