Deals: Apple's M1 13-Inch MacBook Pro Hits Record Low of $1,249.99 ($249 Off)
Today we're tracking a new all-time low price on the M1 13-inch MacBook Pro (512GB SSD), now priced at $1,249.99, down from $1,499.00. This sale is available in Silver and Space Gray, with quicker delivery available in the Silver color option (currently estimated for around April 22).
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Shoppers should note that this sale price won't be seen until you hit the checkout screen and Amazon applies an automatic coupon worth $50. With this coupon, Amazon is providing a new best-ever price on this version of the 13-inch MacBook Pro, and no other retailer is currently matching.
Although the 13-inch MacBook Pro is now the oldest notebook that Apple sells, this model is still a good option for anyone who wants to join the MacBook Pro family but not spend the $1,999.00 entry price required of the 14-inch MacBook Pro models. As of writing, only the 512GB SSD 13-inch model is on sale.
If you're on the hunt for more discounts, be sure to visit our Apple Deals roundup where we recap the best Apple-related bargains of the past week.
Top Rated Comments
Pretty sure that "soon" is November, and pretty sure it'll be M2. I don't see Apple refreshing the design with a two year old SoC, as they would catch all kinds of flag for that, and they know that.
And also pretty sure the MBP13 is going to be discontinued before the end of the year, probably November when we'll get the aforementioned M2 MacBook (Air?), and I'd bet we won't see it return now the Pro domain is properly filled with a device deserving the name.
Apple has sorta understood that port-starved designs don't sit well with the "Pro" audience, and that the same audience is not particularly interested in the thinnest devices possible. So thin, light, fan- and portless for students and lightweight user types, thick(-ish), big SoCs with big fans and a lot of ports for the "Pro" crowd. The MBP13 doesn't fit either bill.
Plus apparently the "Pro" crowd hates the touch-bar with a passion, and it's basically discontinued anyways. If the touch bar had any life left in it there would have been a touchbar Magic Keyboard option for the Mac Studio since they now have the hardware to do that. There is not.