Apple authorized resellers are knocking hundreds off current Mac hardware as September winds down. Pick up a high-end 2018 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar for $2,249 ($250 off) — or snap up a 27-inch iMac 5K with upgrades for as low as $1,799. Apple's robust iMac Pro is also on sale for $4,499, while our AirPods discount ends this weekend.
Adorama has issued new, steeper discounts on Apple's Mid 2018 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pros exclusively for AppleInsider readers. Shoppers can now save up to $400 on a variety of models thanks to instant rebates and our exclusive coupon. Plus, there's no tax collected outside NY and NJ, with 0% financing for up to 12 months on approved credit.
The lowest prices of the year are here on Apple Mid 2017 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pros. Save an incredible $1,200 on the top-of-the-line 15-inch model with a 3.1GHz processor, 2TB of storage and Radeon 560 graphics. Apple's 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar with 16GB of memory and 512GB of storage is also on sale for $1,749 ($450 off).
The massive markdowns continue at B&H with instant discounts of up to $800 off Apple hardware. Pick up a 2017 15" MacBook Pro for as low as $1,899, a discount of $600 off MSRP. Or save $100 to $300 on all 2018 models, plus $399 Mac minis, $799 MacBook Airs and much more. All with no tax collected in most states.
If your MacBook is riding with you on planes and trains, chances are you're going to need a few accessories stashed in your bag to keep working or having fun. These are some of the ones we'd recommend.
The exclusive deals keep rolling in, providing shoppers with the lowest prices anywhere on 2017 MacBook Pros, plus free urBeats2 in-ear headphones with select models (a $98 value). Prices start at just $1,599 with free shipping and no tax collected in most states.
Exclusive discounts have arrived with savings of up to $600 off 2017 MacBook Pros. Grab a 15-inch model for just $1,799 ($600 off) or a loaded 13-inch Touch Bar for $1,849 ($450 off) with no tax collected in most states.
If you're actually using a MacBook Pro for what it's built for — portability — you're going to need a way of toting it around, whether in its own bag or protected in a sleeve. These are some of the best options on the market.
Apple resellers are kicking off the Labor Day weekend with rock bottom prices on hardware and accessories. Pick up AirPods for $139 or a 2018 15" MacBook Pro for $2,099. Closeout 2017 models are also up to $800 off, while parts and accessories are up to 96% off. Select iPhones are 20% off at eBay as well with coupon.
Labor Day deals are already here with eBay knocking 20 percent off select tech, including many iPhones, with coupon. B&H is also slashing prices even further on closeout MacBook Pros, including $500 off a premium 2017 model. RAVPower's USB-C Power Bank is also $51.99 with coupon.
If a MacBook Pro is your primary computer, you're probably going to want a big-screen monitor for your desktop. These are some of the top-rated options compatible with Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C, in no particular order.
So you're getting ready to head back to school, perhaps with a new MacBook or MacBook Pro. You may want to add a few accessories to get the most out of your device. AppleInsider has rounded up the best accessories for your Mac to make returning to school even better.
Back by popular demand, Apple authorized resellers have extended aggressive markdowns on Apple's latest 2018 MacBook Pro, delivering the lowest prices seen to date on popular models. Pick up a 13-inch Touch Bar for just $1,599 ($200 off), or save $300 on 15-inch configs with no tax collected outside NY and NJ. AirPods are also on sale for $137.50 with coupon.
The lowest prices of the year are here on a variety of Apple devices. From 2017 13" Touch Bars starting at $1,399 (up to $550 off) to Apple's top-of-the-line 512GB iPad Pro with LTE for $929, these discounts are in addition to no tax collected in most states. Those looking for eBay deals can also save 10% on select $25 purchases with coupon.
Back-to-school season is closing in fast. This means two things: retailers will be running some great deals on Macs and students will be looking to pick up some new laptops as they had back to class. AppleInsider discusses Apple's entire laptop line, and talks about who needs what, and why.