So in light of the election result and the market reacting strongly... (with the GBP looking stronger against the USD in longer term) will we see a new pricing update with the 2017 refresh? (i.e. lower prices?)
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Have Apple ever lowered prices of current lines ? Apart from dongles !!
well it buys time to make up ones mind if they are undecided between multiple machines and multiple specs I have a nice 15" but I'm envious of the manoeuvrability of the 13" especially the new ones. Would love to sell this and get one of them, but the touchbar ones are too expensive and the non touchbar ones would be a silly waste of money. Chances are I'll probably hold onto my 15" since my only complaint is its lack of manoeuvrability (really tricky to find a desk that is big enough to hold the MBP and still have room for a mouse haha).At best you might see a £100 drop, but is that worth not having a machine for 3-6 months, maybe longer?
I disagree, the apple tax is a real thing, they're more expensive then many other computers.There is no such thing apples laptops are perceived to be more expensive but when you match them spec for spec they are usually fairly competitive.
The dollar is in flux today, but it will settle down, so I don't expect any long term changes to Apple's pricing.
I disagree, the apple tax is a real thing, they're more expensive then many other computers.
There are laptops out there that are premium priced just as well, but I don't think that means Apple is competitively pricedI've been pricing these lately spec for spec