- $1,999 for a 14-inch MacBook Pro with 512GB SSD.No discounts are currently available.Apple offers $1,999 for 1 year.
- $2,499 for a 16-inch MacBook Pro (512GB SSD)Aucune discount currently available.Apple (USA) sells 24,000 units for $2,499.
- MacBook Air (256GB SSD): $929 (512GB)Save $70 vs. Apple Store Save $170$929 at Amazon.com.
- $1,099 for MacBook Air (512GB SSD)Save $150 on your $150 purchase.$1,099 on Amazon.com. $1.049 at Amazon: $11,059.
- $1,169 for a 13-inch MacBook Pro (256GB SSD)Save $130 on your next trip to the beach!$1,169 at Amazon for $11,169.
- $1,349 for a 13-inch MacBook Pro (512GB SSD): $13,399 for the 13 inch MacBook.Save $150 on $150 off $150 in savings.$1,349 at Amazon for $13,399.
Apple unveiled two new Mac processors and two MacBook Pro models at its October event on Monday. The new M1 Pro and M2 Max chips are now available in the new 14-inch and 16-inches Macbook Pro models. The new machines come with high-resolution Liquid Retina XDR displays and an iPhone-like notch for a 1080p FaceTime camera. The Touch Bar is gone, but MagSafe charging, an HDMI port, and an SD card slot are back.
The new Macbook Pros are now available to order from Apple and will be available for delivery next week. The 14-inch MacBook Pro starts at $1,999, and the 16- inch MacBook pro starts from $2,499.
We don't expect to see any discounts on the new MacBook Air or 13-inch MacBook Pro models right away, but Apple introduced its M1 processor last year. You can save up to $150 on a M1 MacBook Air or M1.
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Pricing for Apple's MacBooks
The new 14-inch MacBook Pro costs $1,999, and the new 16- inch MacBook Air costs $2,499. If you don't want the power of these high-end MacBooks or the budget, you can spend less on the M1-powered MacBook Air or 13-inch Macbook Pro. The MacBook Air costs $999, and the 13-inch MacBook Pro costs $1,299. There are a couple of ways to get either at discounted prices.
Want to buy new? The new M1 MacBook Air models are now $70 and $150 off on Amazon, while the MacBook Pro models, which are $130 and $300 off. One advantage of paying full price and buying from Apple, however, is that you can personalize the machine and add more RAM or a higher-capacity solid-state drive, whereas the models sold on Amazon and other retailers are fixed configurations.
Want to go the refurb route? On Apple's Certified Refurbished Mac page, you'll find refurbished M1 MacBooks. So, while the inventory for a Refurb MacBook Air or Pro changes frequently, you may not always see an M1 MacBook air or pro listed. It's worth keeping an eye out, though, because you may potentially save up to $200. Rick Broida, CNET's Cheapskate emeritus, is a big fan of refurbs, particularly Apple' s -- which are often as good as new.
It's also worth noting that the Apple Store offers students an educational discount, which can save hundreds of dollars on a new laptop or tablet.
Keep reading to see the best MacBook laptop deals for Apple's current and previous-generation MacBooks. This list is updated regularly.
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*Note that "all-time" is the lowest price we've seen at an Apple-authorized retailer in the product's lifetime.
$1,999 for a 14-inch MacBook Pro (512GB SSD) with 512MB SSD
The new 14-inch MacBook Pro costs $1,999 and comes with an 8-core M1 Pro chip, a 14 core GPU, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB SSD. The $2,499 step-up model includes a 10-core M1 Pro chip, i386 GPU, 16GB of RAM, and TB SSD. The 14.2-inch Liquid Retina XDR display has a 3,024x1,964-pixel resolution.
$2,499 for a 16-inch MacBook Pro (512GB SSD)
The baseline model of the new 16-inch MacBook Pro costs $2,499 and includes a 10-core M1 Pro chip, 256GB of RAM, and 512GB SSD. There are two step-up models. The $2,699 model upgrades the storage to a 1TB SSD, while the $3,499 version includes the M1 Max chip, e16-core GPU, 32GB of RAM, and n 128GB SSD. The 16.2" Liquid Retina XDR display has a 3,456x2,234-pixel resolution.
MacBook Air (256GB SSD): $929
The new, fanless MacBook Air costs $999 and is powered by Apple's M1 processor, which includes an eightcore CPU, a seven core GPU, and A 16Core Neural Engine. The system also includes 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. It lacks the Touch Bar (which may be viewed as a positive), but it does have retina display, Touch ID, and Magic keyboard. The $150 discount we saw earlier this month on Amazon is gone, but you may still save $70 on Apple's cheapest MacBook.
Read our MacBook Air (M1) review.
$1,099 for MacBook Air (512GB SSD)
The step-up MacBook Air has a list price of $1,249 and boasts an M1 processor with fewer cores than the baseline model -- an eight-core GPU than what you get in the model above. It also doubles the storage capacity of a 512GB SSD, which is significant. This model in gold costs $150 on Amazon. Most people will benefit from the extra storage space; a 256GB drive fills up quickly.
Read our MacBook Air (M1) review.
$1,169 for a 13-inch MacBook Pro (256GB SSD)
The new 13-inch MacBook Pro runs Apple's new M1 processor, which is an eight-core CPU with four performance cores and four efficiency core, an 8- core GPU and a 16-Core Neural Engine. The baseline model also includes 8GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD, an Retina display, the Magic Keyboard, and the Touch Bar with Touch ID. The standard configuration in silver is currently $130 off at Amazon -- down from the $149 price increase we saw earlier this month.
$1,349 for a 13-inch MacBook Pro (512GB SSD) with 512MB SSD.
The step-up MacBook Pro model doubles the storage capacity with a 512GB SSD and costs $1,499 from Apple, but you can get it for $150 less at Amazon. Almost every MacBook Pro user will appreciate the bigger SSD; 256GB of storage is awfully small on a Pro-level laptop designed for creative work.