Amazon has a secret Prime Day deal for the 2022 MacBook Pro
Apple recently launched the new 13-inch MacBook Pro with M2 chip, and yet it’s already had a £100 discount on Amazon.
Despite apparently not officially being part of the Prime Day sales, the 2022 MacBook Pro still saw a price cut yesterday, dropping to the lowest laptop price ever at £1,249.98. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a better deal for the new laptop, as Apple still sells it for a base price of £1349 on its site.
Apple may not have updated the design of the 13-inch MacBook Pro to the latest model, but it has equipped it with a new M2 chip. Apple claims that the M2 offers an 18% performance increase for the processor over the previous M1 processor, while graphics power has seen a 35% performance increase.
The proposed 13-inch MacBook Pro also includes 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and a Touch Bar that lets you use shortcuts for certain apps and software.
MacBook Pro 2022 Day One Sale
The 2022 13-inch MacBook Pro, with the new M2 chip, is currently available at a discounted price of £1,249.98.
- Save £100
- Now £1,249.98
view the offer
The 13-inch Retina display has a native 2560×1600 resolution, while the battery can last for 20 hours of movie playback in the Apple TV app before needing a recharge.
In terms of ports, it has USB-C, USB 3.2, and an audio jack. You also get a 720p webcam built into the top display bezel in case you need to access the Zoom meeting frequently.
It’s remarkable to see the 2022 MacBook Pro get a price cut considering it was released so recently. And while it may not officially be part of the Prime Day sale, it could also be that yesterday’s discount brings it down to the most affordable price yet.
So if you’re considering the new 13-inch MacBook Pro and want the extra power the M2 chip brings, there’s no better time to finally make that purchase.
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