Apple Now Selling Refurbished 13-Inch MacBook Pro With M2

Apple is now selling the 13-inch MacBook Pro powered with the M2 Apple silicon chip in its refurbished store for the first time in the United States and Canada.

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In the United States, Apple offers the 13-inch MacBook Pro with ‌M2‌ with 256GB and 512GB of storage for $1,169 and $1,349, respectively. The 13-inch MacBook Pro with the ‌M2‌ chip and 256GB of storage is usually priced at $1,299, while the 512GB is priced at $1,499. In the United Kingdom, Apple offers refurbished models with up to 1TB of storage.

The 13-inch MacBook Pro was updated with the new ‌M2‌ Apple silicon chip this June alongside the redesigned MacBook Air. Apple says the new version with the ‌M2‌ chip is up to 1.4x faster compared to the M1-powered model and up to 6x time faster than the previous generation 13-inch MacBook Pro with an Intel processor.

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Top Rated Comments

appleguy123 Avatar
19 months ago
Why are these so expensive? It made sense when there were literally never sales on Apple products, but the MacBook is often available cheaper than this through authorized retailers in new condition.
Score: 18 Votes (Like | Disagree)
headlessmike Avatar
19 months ago

Some business love to give their people the crappiest piece of crap they can get that says Pro. They consider the Air too underpowered even though it isn't. Their employees struggle with their computers and those businesses would rather standardize on an antique design than change what they are doing in any way. It's sad.
People can do far worse than an M2 MacBook Pro, they are fine machines.
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TigerNike23 Avatar
19 months ago
Personally, I still wouldn’t buy one. Either an M2 Air or an M1 Pro/Max MB Pro.

Only ones I see buying these are businesses.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
erikkfi Avatar
19 months ago
Everyone who gets one probably sends it back, saying, “those people on MacRumors forums were right, this product has no reason at all to exist!”
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
headlessmike Avatar
19 months ago

The problem is that this is a 2020 13" MBP model design with just a M2 installed, Compare them (center ands right)
https://www.apple.com/mac/compare/?modelList=MacBook-Air-M1,MacBookPro-13-M1,MacBookPro-13-M2
I went from a 2020 13” MacBook Pro to a 14” M1 Pro model, so I’m well aware of the different designs. The only reason I upgraded was because of a motherboard failure that was too expensive to repair. Both are fine designs that feel modern to me. The M1 Pro is better in almost every way than the 10th gen Intel i5 that I had in the previous machine, but the difference in hardware design is a matter of taste. I personally feel that MagSafe was a step back from the USB-C charging port. If didn’t need support for two external displays then I’d be very happy with an M2 MacBook Pro or Air. The new Air is beautifully designed, but the extra battery life of the Pro and active cooling would matter more to me if I had to choose between the two.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Realityck Avatar
19 months ago
Just in time to clear them out for a new updated model this fall with slightly larger (13.6") display, 1080P FaceTime camera and multiple speakers.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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