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As it does soon after every Apple product launch, Expercom is now providing small cash discounts on the latest MacBook Pro models. This includes deals on the 14-inch MacBook Pro and 16-inch MacBook Pro, both with the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips.



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Discounted prices show up once you’ve logged into your Expercom account and across a variety of configuration options, all of which are currently estimated to ship in 3-6 weeks, as even Apple has quickly seen shipping estimates for the new models slip.

Here are the discounts on the equivalent version of Apple’s stock and maxed-out configurations:

14-Inch

  • 512GB 8-core M1 Pro – $1,899.05, down from $1,999.00 (Silver/Space Gray)
  • 1TB 10-core M1 Pro – $2,374.05, down from $2,499.00 (Silver/Space Gray)
  • Maxed-out: 8TB M1 Max (64GB memory) – $5,604.05, down from $5,899.00 (Silver/Space Gray)

16-Inch

  • 512GB 10-core M1 Pro – $2,374.05, down from $2,499.00 (Silver/Space Gray)
  • 1TB 10-core M1 Pro – $2,564.05, down from $2,699.00 (Silver/Space Gray)
  • 1TB M1 Max (32GB memory) – $3,324.05, down from $3,499.00 (Silver/Space Gray)
  • Maxed-out: 8TB M1 Max (64GB memory) – $5,794.05, down from $6,099.00 (Silver/Space Gray)

The new MacBook Pro models were announced at today’s Apple event, and feature a major redesign with a notch that houses a 1080p front-facing camera. They also include MagSafe 3, 14.2-inch and 16.2-inch displays with ProMotion, and a new aluminum enclosure with a completely new thermal design.

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