Deals: Amazon and B&H Photo Discount 13-Inch, 15-Inch, and 16-Inch MacBook Pros (Up to $600 Off) [Updated]

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Amazon and B&H Photo today have a notable set of discounts across Apple's 2019 MacBook Pro range, including savings on the 13-inch, 15-inch, and 16-inch MacBook Pro. These include lowest-ever prices on a few models, with a new low price seen on the 15-inch MacBook Pro with a 512GB SSD, priced at $2,199.00 at B&H Photo ($600 off).

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We're also still tracking solid deals on the new 16-inch MacBook Pro models, with both base configurations returning to their Amazon all-time-low prices this week. You can get the 512GB model for $2,099.00 ($300 off) and the 1TB model for $2,499.00 ($300 off).

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Update 10:43 AM PST: The 512GB 16-inch MacBook Pro has a new lowest-ever price on Amazon (seen in bold above), available for $2,099.00, down from $2,399.00.

Article Link: Deals: Amazon and B&H Photo Discount 13-Inch, 15-Inch, and 16-Inch MacBook Pros (Up to $600 Off) [Updated]
 
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All these major discounts have me concerned Apple is about to update the 16 inch MBP really soon which would such because I literally just bought it two weeks ago.
 
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waquzy

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All these major discounts have me concerned Apple is about to update the 16 inch MBP really soon which would such because I literally just bought it two weeks ago.
Just be happy with the current machine you got. The earliest they would update the 16” with the newest 10th gen chips would be around May/June.

Don’t worry and be happy with what you got.
 

Zen_Arcade

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If someone needs a 16", in particular, they should go for it. Terrific machine! And $2499 is pretty good for the 2.3/16/1TB model.

So the 15” with 15/512 is $50 more than the 16” with the same? ok then...
Note that the 15" is the 8 core i9 vs the 6 core i7 of the 16". I'd personally still go with the 16", but YMMV.
 

Zaft

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Kind of like taking off $10,000 a Lamborghini....

why are the discounts always on the highest speced machines?
 

turbineseaplane

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Apple really screws their early adopters with their strategy of high markup MSRP and then everything ends up on sale within months (sometimes only weeks) after it’s released.
 

turbineseaplane

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How is this exclusive to Apple? Millions of store discount the RRP of products. Some stores exist solely for that purpose.
I never said it was exclusive to Apple.

It’s just frustrating because it almost feels part of their strategy now with how high the markups have gotten directly with them.

Combined with soldered on components, which forces you to buy all the horsepower up front with no option to do anything about it later on, it’s a very bummer experience nowadays with Apple.
 

FilmIndustryGuy

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ill wait for the new 16 to come out and then ill buy a used 2019 16 nicely loaded at $1000 off with apple care no tax. Out here in LA I find you can get great used deals right before Christmas. kids buy these things and then dont have money for other stuff so they sell in like new condition with apple care. then I negotiate with cash ready. I bough my last pro at such a good deal that I sold it to someone else 6 months later for more than I paid for it.
 

zooby

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I never said it was exclusive to Apple.

It’s just frustrating because it almost feels part of their strategy now with how high the markups have gotten directly with them.

Combined with soldered on components, which forces you to buy all the horsepower up front with no option to do anything about it later on, it’s a very bummer experience nowadays with Apple.
Apple isn't forcing anyone to be an early adopter and pay full price. Are people expecting to be an early adopter *and* get a discount? Prices always go down after a few months...
 

phillytim

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The brand new 16-inch MacBook Pro is *crap* until it has WiFi 6, especially when you must spend multi-thousands of dollars on a product that you will keep for a few years at least.

Even my 5-month-old iPhone 11-PM has WiFi 6.
 
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