Apple MacBook Pro Sale; Savings of $200-$300 On Refurbished Products

Mar 14, 2017 08:38 AM EDT | Hannah Jill

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The Apple company is now selling its refurbished MacBook Pro 2016. The only difference it has with the latest models is that it doesn't have the popular touch bar.

On its latest models, Apple features a Touch ID sensor on its Touchbar that the owners can sign-in immediately without typing an email and password securely and can shop online with authenticating transactions. The company improved the MacBook Pro 2016 models with an improved display and a large Force Touch trackpad.

According to Express UK, Apple company will start selling refurbished MacBook Pro 2016 on their website. The redesigned laptop was first released last October 2016 by a Cupertino-based company. Apple made two models with touchscreen display along with the keyboard and different storage.

The MacBook Pro originally released last March 2015 and since the company reproduces the product will also have a one-year limited warranty, 14-day return policy and also it will be compatible with any Apple Care products that can be purchased online but the supplies are just limited, as mentioned on the Apple website.

BGR explained that the refurbished MacBook Pro that is on sale has two color Silver and Space Grey. It has a 15 percent off savings with the current price of $1,499. In other words, it will be sold for only $1269 with a saving of $230. Imagine having the same specifications of 256 GB storage, 2.0GHz processor and 8GB RAM for such a low price.

On the other hand, the other model would cost around $1869 for its refurbished models that carry the Intel Core i7 2GHzGhz with 16GB of RAM and 512GB SSD. This will give you a $330 saving in the Apple store

These Apple Refurbished Products are certified pre-owned products that underwent a strict evaluation to meet the company's quality standards. Interested buyers can expect it to be in a top shape, repackaged, and might even come with the latest Operating System.

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