BY | January 19, 2013

13-Inch Retina MacBook Pro Refurbished models available with discount on Apple’s online store. These machines will come with one year warranty

There is another piece of great news for Apple fans. Cupertino based tech giant is making available refurbished 13-Inch Retina MacBook Pro models on its online store. These machines that are as good as new ones come for at least 15 percent discount.

So a refurbished 2.5 GHz Core i5 with 128 GB storage will be available at substantially lower price of just $1439, compared to $1699, the price of the new machine.

The refurbished 2.5 GHz Core i5 with 256 GB storage version will be available at substantially lower price of $1699, compared to $1999, the price of a new machine. And 2.9 GHz Core i7 with 512 GB storage version will be available at just $2289, $400 less than its regular price of $2689. Reports suggest that Apple’s these refurbished machines will come like new ones and are thoroughly tested before being made available on Apple store.

Another great feature of these 13-inch MacBook Pro is the fact that these machines will come with one year comprehensive warranty. So these machines are really like new ones and you shouldn’t have any apprehensions about them.

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