Apple today began shipping refurbished versions of the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models powered by the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips. It’s the first time these Macs have been available at a refurbished discount since their launch in 2021.

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Apple offers a range of different machines and configurations, with several ‌M1 Pro‌ options and a few high-end ‌M1 Max‌ MacBook Pros. An entry-level 14-inch MacBook Pro with ‌M1 Pro‌ chip, 8-core CPU and 14-core GPU is priced at $1,800, down from the original price of $2,000.

A refurbished 16-inch MacBook Pro with ‌M1 Max‌ chip, 10-core CPU, 32-core GPU and 1TB SSD, which is the base high-end ‌M1 Max‌, is priced at $3,149, a savings of $350 compared to the standard price of $3,499.

Limited stock is available at the moment as refurbished store contents fluctuate based on what people have sent in for repair and replacement, so these machines could go quickly. Apple will restock the refurbished store regularly, with available specifications changing over time.

All Apple Refurbished Macs come with the same one-year warranty available with new products, plus all manuals and accessories. Every refurbished Apple device goes through a rigorous process of testing, repairing, reconditioning and cleaning. Standard one-year warranties can be extended with AppleCare+, making Apple’s refurbished products virtually indistinguishable from new products.

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