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Amazon this week has the M1 MacBook Pro on sale in both 256GB and 512GB configurations, including a return to record low prices for both models. Prices start at $1,099.99 for the 256GB MacBook Pro, down from $1,299.00. You'll see the discount after an automatic coupon worth $49.01 is applied at the checkout screen on Amazon.

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This price is a match of the previous all-time low price on the 256GB M1 MacBook Pro. This model of Apple's notebook line includes the same aluminum body with large Force Touch trackpad as previous generations, speakers at the side of the keyboard, and a 13.3-inch display with slim black bezels. Both colors are on sale and available to ship out today.



Secondly, Amazon has the 512GB MacBook Pro for $1,299.99, down from $1,499.00. This sale price is available in both Silver and Space Gray, and it's sold directly from Amazon.



You can find even more discounts on other MacBooks by visiting our Best Deals guide for MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. In this guide we track the steepest discounts for the newest MacBook models every week, so be sure to bookmark it and check back often if you're shopping for a new Apple notebook.

Article Link: Deals: All-Time Low Prices Return to Apple's M1 MacBook Pro, Starting at $1,099.99 for 256GB
 

MacLawyer

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I will not second-guess buying the MBA at full retail.
I will not second-guess buying the MBA at full retail.
I will not second-guess buying the MBA at full retail.
I............... oh crap.
 
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marco114

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waiting for the 16" with SD Card. If they can't put an SD Card slot in there, I will literally go buy a PC. I am tired of Apple's shenanigans. I do photography a lot and having to find an adapter 5 times a day is a pain in the butt.
 
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visualseed

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I bought a refurb one of these (16gb/2tb) from Apple in May. Saved about $600. Best Mac I have owned to date. And I have owned a lot of Macs.
 

visualseed

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Are any m1 owners going to upgrade later this year or stick with what you have?
Honestly, I will probably stick it out for a while. I plugged in a TB3 dock on my M1 MBP so I’m not deprived of ports and the performance is more than enough for what I’m doing. Including editing 4K video in Final Cut. It would take some radical new features or a new form factor - like a 12” model - to get me to consider.
 
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jlocker

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Just got a Chromebook for $550 does everyone thing I need for mobile work. I am waiting for a Mac mini pro or a Mac Pro mini what ever they want to call it. I will pay $3000 for a small tower that I can upgrade. At least with the Chromebook I can put in a micro SD card and increase the internal storage when I need more storage.
 

VaruLV

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I know what others might say, that 8GB RAM is enough and buy what you need today not what you think you might want in a year or two, however, for that price, regardless how well swapping works on these M1 Macs, I believe its not enough to justify such high $$$ for such old laptop design with barely usable ports(one external display only and having only two USB-C is, imho is too little) and huge bezels is a turn off for me.

Much better deal would be 16/512 MBA or MBP for those prices. Not even talking about crazy European pricing on these things, when you convert it to USD.
 

VaruLV

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waiting for the 16" with SD Card. If they can't put an SD Card slot in there, I will literally go buy a PC. I am tired of Apple's shenanigans. I do photography a lot and having to find an adapter 5 times a day is a pain in the butt.
According to some members at Macrumors youre doing it wrong, you should carry USB C dongles all around you and you supposedly DONT need SD card reader, otherwise youre not pro enough :D !
Edit: Oh and carry gazzillion SD cards or CF cards with you anyway to swap them when they are full, so no reason to plug them into computer while on set anyway :D !
 
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