Apple launches M1 Pro / Max MacBook Pro 2021 refurbished models

Apple released 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models equipped with M1 Pro and M1 Max chips in October last year, and today began rolling out refurbished versions. It's also the first time these Macs have been offered refurbished versions since they were introduced, and they're a full $200 less than brand new ones.

At present, the National Bank refurbishment store still only has 2021 iMacs, and the new Macbook Pro is not on sale, and it is expected to be on the shelves in the near future.

From the U.S. store, Apple offers a range of different machines and configurations, including several M1 Pro versions and some higher-end M1 Max versions that feature an entry-level M1 Pro chip (8-core CPU and 14-core GPU) The 14-inch MacBook Pro is $1,799 (about 11,423.65 yuan), which is 10% off the refurbished rule.

In addition, the refurbished 16-inch MacBook Pro with the M1 Max chip (10-core CPU, 32-core GPU) and 1TB SSD is priced at $3,149, which is just $350 less than the new $3,499, and also a 10% discount.

Of course, the stock of refurbished models is limited, Apple is expected to restock refurbished stores regularly, and optional specifications are always in flux.

All refurbished Macs carry the same warranty as new from Apple, including a one-year warranty, all manuals, and accessories. It is reported that every Apple refurbished device is rigorously tested, repaired, repackaged, and cleaned, and you can also extend the warranty period with AppleCare+, at least it is almost indistinguishable from new products.

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