Apple now offering refurbished 2013 15″ Retina Macbook Pro

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Those seeking a good deal on a new computer can now buy a refurbished 2013 15″ Retina Macbook Pro at Apple’s Online Store. The 2013 Macbook Pro was released in late 2013 and was sold through a very successful holiday season for Apple, which also included new iPads, iPhones, and Macbook Airs. Apple typically adds its latest MacBooks to the refurbished store after the company begins to receive malfunctioning units and fixes them up for sale. The company also offers the refurbished units as replacements for customers that come to the Genius Bar with a defective unit.

Since late last year, Apple’s mid-2013 Macbook Airs have also been available on the Refurbished store, with the company offering a reasonable $100-$200 discount on some models. For the 15″ Macbook Pro in the Refurboshed Store, customers are saving up to $300 on the intro model with a 2.0GHz quad-core Intel i7 , 8GB RAM, 256GB flash storage, and Intel Iris Pro.

I wholeheartedly believe Apple’s refurbished products are a great deal, offering customers a chance to save a lot of money on their purchases. I recently had a great experience with Apple’s Refurbished Store after I purchased an Apple TV for $75, a $24 discount from the retail price of $99.

Apple’s refurbished products undergo a stringent check process before they are shipped to customers, and come with the same 1 year warranty the company offers on its other products. You normally wouldn’t see such great deals from Apple, so it’s smart to take advantage of the discount while you have the chance.

Via [MacRumors]

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