Apple Deals: Save Big on 2023 MacBook Pro with M2 Pro Chips, Up to $300 Off
Amazon is back with some amazing Mac deals, this time on the latest MacBook Pro product line. You can get up to a $300 discount on the M2 Pro in 14″, and $250 off the 16″ model in a variety of configurations.
14″ MacBook Pro with M2 Pro Chip – Up to $300 Off
The base model 14″ MacBook Pro with M2 Pro chip features a 10‑core CPU and 16‑core GPU, 14.2″ Liquid Retina XDR Display, 16GB RAM, and 512GB SSD storage and is available for $250 off the retail price, whereas the upgraded model features a 12-core CPU and 19-core GPU, 16GB RAM, and 1TB SSD and is $300 off retail.
- 14″ MacBook Pro w/ M2 Pro – 16 GB / 512 GB – $1749 (from $1999)
- 14″ MacBook Pro w/ M2 Pro – 16 GB / 1 TB – $2199 (from $2499)
16″ MacBook Pro with M2 Pro Chip – $250 Off
The base model 16″ MacBook Pro with M2 Pro chip features a 12-core CPU, 19-core GPU, 16.2″ Liquid Retina XDR display, 16GB RAM, 512GB storage, and is available for $250 off the retail price, whereas the upgraded model features 1TB of storage.
- 16″ MacBook Pro w/ M2 Pro – 16GB / 512GB – $2249 (from $2499)
- 16″ MacBook Pro w/ M2 Pro – 16GB / 1TB – $2449 (Reduced from $2699)
You can also save $250 on the upgraded 16″ MacBook Pro with M2 Max chip that features a 12-core CPU and a whopping 38-core GPU, with 32GB RAM and 1TB SSD, available for $3249, down from the $3499 retail price.
Stock changes quickly at Amazon, so if you’re shopping for a new ultra-powerful MacBook Pro model, then jump on a deal you like.
Stepping away from Macs for a moment, Amazon is continuing to offer a fantastic deal on AirPods Pro 2nd generation wireless earbuds as well, available at $199, taking $50 off the retail price of $249:
- AirPods Pro 2nd generation for $199 (down from $249)
AirPods Pro 2nd gen are water resistant, have active noise cancelling, personalized spatial audio, a MagSafe charging case, custom fit, and so much more. These are fantastic wireless Bluetooth headphones for your iPhone, Mac, iPad, Android, or nearly any other device you’re interested in using them with.
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