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Detailed look at the upgraded 2015 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display featuring the Force Touch Trackpad, the new AMD Radeon R9 M370X GPU, ...
If the refurbished 2016 15-inch MacBook Pro I bought is anything to go by, Apple's process is excellent; my MacBook Pro in perfect working order, and there's no visible sign of use or wear. Buying from Apple's Refurbished Mac store also affords a
If nothing else, the need to embrace VR has forced Apple to admit that Macs just don't cut it when it comes to the sort of 3D graphics performance required for this emerging technology. As a result, Apple's flagship 15-inch MacBook Pro received more
As has been the case since Apple ditched the 17-inch MacBook Pro back in 2012, there are two sizes of MacBook Pro. The 13-inch and the 15-inch model. In many ways the 15-inch MacBook Pro is more deserving of the name 'Pro' than it's smaller sibling,
I ended up buying a refurbished 15-inch 2016 MacBook Pro with the sixth-generation Intel Core i7 2.6 GHz processor for $1,950. That's $450 I saved from buying the equivalent $2,400 2017 model with a seventh-generation Core i7 processor. If you break it
According to our 15-inch MacBook Pro Price Guide, these deals provide shoppers with the lowest prices available —and if you're looking for another configuration, the exclusive coupon applies to Radeon 450 and Radeon 460 MacBook Pros as well.
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