MacBook Pro Retina with 3 Years of AppleCare now as low as $1,539; some bundles cut by $750Following Apple's MacBook Pro with Retina display price cuts on Wednesday, Apple Authorized Reseller and AppleInsider sponsor B&H Photo similarly slashed the prices of their exclusive bundles, including the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro with 3 years of AppleCare extended protection, which now starts at just $1,539; some 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro AppleCare bundles were also cut by as much as $770.
MacBook Pro with Retina Display + 3 Years of AppleCare
The B&H bundle discounts apply to Apple's MacBook Pro with Retina display laptops, with the reseller offering the 2.5GHz 13-inch model (8GB RAM/128 SSD) and a 3-year AppleCare extended protection plan for only $1,539 (a $409 savings compared to Apple's price). Alternatively, those who are looking for Apple's top-of-the-line 13-inch laptop can save $554 if they choose the 2.5GHz version configured with 8GB of RAM and a 768GB SSD.
As for the 15-inch Retina MacBook Pros, B&H is offering bundled savings for a well-equipped 2.4GHz model (8GB RAM/256GB SSD) starting at $2,321 (a $427 savings from Apple's price).
The greatest savings can be had when purchasing the B&H Photo bundle for Apple's flagship 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro, which comes kitted out with a 2.7GHz quad-core processor, 16GB of memory and a 768GB flash drive for $3,321. That price is a whopping $777 discount from Apple's own store.
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