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Boost your productivity with a computer upgrade from Apple, where refurbished 2021 MacBook Pro laptops with the M1 Pro or M1 Max Chip are now available in Canada.

This is the first time the latest-generation MacBook Pro has been spotted in Apple's Refurbished Store – for reference, the 2021 MacBook Pro has received positive reviews for its best-in-class display (despite the notch), excellent performance, outstanding battery life and the re-addition of numerous ports.

Both 14 and 16-inch models are in stock as of April 1 and we've listed a few available configurations below.

While not brand new, Apple refurbished products undergo a rigorous certification process to provide a like-new experience and come with a one-year warranty.

Stock is limited and only available while supplies last and the Apple Store offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.


Posted September 20: Up to $560.00 Off Refurbished Apple iPhone XS Max, iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro

Text, talk and watch cat videos with an iPhone upgrade from Apple, where refurbished iPhones are now available from their Certified Refurbished Store!

Originally added on September 20, this is the first time Apple has ever sold refurbished iPhones in Canada, with over 30 iPhone configurations currently available.

We've listed a handful of refurbished iPhone configurations below.

Stock is limited and only available while supplies last and the Apple Store offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum.

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    • Are Mac's just less prone to software rot? I imagine any 2010 laptop probably still uses a spinning HDD. Which would be slow AF today. Or did you guys upgrade to SSD's and the like.
      Yeah for sure. Gotta swap out the spinning drives for SSDs makes a huge difference. I have a 2010 Macbook Pro and recently picked up a 2012 Mac Mini and a 2014 Mac Mini. First thing I do is replace the HDD.
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    • Me too! 15" MBP 2010. it was also purchased as an apple refurb and has been chugging along .
      Admittedly it now has 2x 2TB ssd, and max RAM. and has had the GPU cap replaced twice.
      The built in intel GPU is shot.
      That said, 12 years for a laptop is pretty good in my opinion.
      I just wish I could transfer my legacy software over to my new new M1 max. :(
      adobe cs 6, lightroom, office 2013, overdrive (so can download/save books from library), audio splitter (to chop up "found" audiobooks) etc.
      Until I find reasonable substitutes this 2010 will be kept in regular usage until it really dies.
      Yeah I bought mine used. I was aware of the capacitor issue and did the repair myself. Still working great years later.
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    • I'm rocking a mid-2014 MbP still. 8GB of memory and 256GB storage. My only knock is that it's chugging whenever I used Brave Browser or Citrix Desktop. Citrix works fine but the fans really ramp up. With Brave, some websites become unresponsive until they load properly.
      I kept telling myself my 2015 with 8gb was "fine".

      After I upgraded I can't believe I let myself suffer for so long.
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    • Does the back to school "get free airpods" deal usually apply to refurbs as well or is it brand new only?

      EDIT: Nvm, just realized the free airpods are only for education orders i.e. it'll be EDU pricing.
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    • yup, same here.
      still using my 2013 MBP for work on a daily basis.
      2014 11" Air and 2011 13" Air

      want an M1 laptop but honestly my gear is fine and i can wait at least 1-2 generations before i really need an upgrade
      I'm rocking a mid-2014 MbP still. 8GB of memory and 256GB storage. My only knock is that it's chugging whenever I used Brave Browser or Citrix Desktop. Citrix works fine but the fans really ramp up. With Brave, some websites become unresponsive until they load properly.
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    • Rfders makes $100k, now $120k due to inflation so these shouldnt cause a blink
      $200k is now the new $100k
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    • M2 is rumoured to come out either this summer at WWDC or in the fall. If he doesn't start school till the fall I'd wait for the "free AirPods" promo. If you're buying for your son use the education discount, it brings the price pretty close to refurb (and also discounted Apple care+ if that's your thing).

      I'm using an M1 Mac Mini and decided to wait for the M2's before upgrading. Depending on your workload you might not really notice a different between M1 and M1 Pro, the majority of the performance increase is multi-core and gpu's (depending what you do).



      Haha yes, 2013 MBPr gang. I think ill wait another year just so I can post on RFD that I used the same laptop for a decade.
      i just did a rendering test between my 2013 MBP and my M1 mini (on a project i just finished for a client on the MBP)
      it was 15x faster
      not bad for an entry level machine under 1k
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    • I am in a dilemma as my son needs a Mac for school and I am debating whether to buy him a Macbook Air or give him my 1 year old Macbook pro M1 and buy this 14" Macbook M1 pro for me. :)

      The M1 Pro is overkill for my needs but I plan to keep the laptop for at least 5 yrs.
      Has anybody upgraded from a MacBook Pro M1 to MacBook Pro M1 Pro?
      Any regrets?
      Thx
      M2 is rumoured to come out either this summer at WWDC or in the fall. If he doesn't start school till the fall I'd wait for the "free AirPods" promo. If you're buying for your son use the education discount, it brings the price pretty close to refurb (and also discounted Apple care+ if that's your thing).

      I'm using an M1 Mac Mini and decided to wait for the M2's before upgrading. Depending on your workload you might not really notice a different between M1 and M1 Pro, the majority of the performance increase is multi-core and gpu's (depending what you do).
      yup, same here.
      still using my 2013 MBP for work on a daily basis.
      2014 11" Air and 2011 13" Air

      want an M1 laptop but honestly my gear is fine and i can wait at least 1-2 generations before i really need an upgrade
      Haha yes, 2013 MBPr gang. I think ill wait another year just so I can post on RFD that I used the same laptop for a decade.
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    • I have a MB Air since 2011 and it still works well .

      It’s like New.

      Been itching to get the M1 version.

      Better get of this post, “HELP.”
      yup, same here.
      still using my 2013 MBP for work on a daily basis.
      2014 11" Air and 2011 13" Air

      want an M1 laptop but honestly my gear is fine and i can wait at least 1-2 generations before i really need an upgrade
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    • I have a MB Air since 2011 and it still works well .

      It’s like New.

      Been itching to get the M1 version.

      Better get of this post, “HELP.”
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    • I am in a dilemma as my son needs a Mac for school and I am debating whether to buy him a Macbook Air or give him my 1 year old Macbook pro M1 and buy this 14" Macbook M1 pro for me. :)

      The M1 Pro is overkill for my needs but I plan to keep the laptop for at least 5 yrs.
      Has anybody upgraded from a MacBook Pro M1 to MacBook Pro M1 Pro?
      Any regrets?
      Thx
      You have an excuse to treat yourself, might as well :). Seriously though, have you looked at the secondhand market? Even the brand new sealed ones don't seem to be selling well, at least not in my area. So the refurb base 14" 8/14/16GB/512GB comes to $2542 with tax, the next step up 10/16/16GB/1TB can be had in my area new in box for $2600-$2700, one of them has been up more than 2 weeks now.
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    • I am in a dilemma as my son needs a Mac for school and I am debating whether to buy him a Macbook Air or give him my 1 year old Macbook pro M1 and buy this 14" Macbook M1 pro for me. :)

      The M1 Pro is overkill for my needs but I plan to keep the laptop for at least 5 yrs.
      Has anybody upgraded from a MacBook Pro M1 to MacBook Pro M1 Pro?
      Any regrets?
      Thx
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    • Base and midrange MBPs have been pretty stable in price since 2008. MSRP increase has actually been below inflation and you're getting better technology to boot. I'd love to the see the cost of upgrades come down to a reasonable point but that's where all OEMs make money.
      A bit silly. "Inflation"? The CPI has nothing to do with the price of tech. Tech price has been deflating in fits and starts.

      "Getting better technology"? Of course, why else would you replace it? (My computers rarely suffer fatal illness. Loss of support, yes. I haven't powered on my Mac+ in 20 years but it worked last time I tried.)
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    • It always cracks me up to see Apple products listed on this forum.

      I bought a refurb Macbook Air recently only for the battery life.

      But, generally Apple products are incredibly bad value.
      My bacbooks have lasted longer than my PCs
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    • Have you worked in retail or back end returns/repairs for Apple? I have a friend who tells me horror stories about people getting absolutely hosed. I am not talking about your average RFD "lEt Me SeE ThE sPEcS" type of nerd. I am talking about Retired or older people with more money than sense. $60 internal sensory replacement? Sorry you need to buy a new laptop, but we will give you a $50 pity discount. People fall for it all the time, they then replace that cheap part and sell it "Refurbished" for another $2,000. Its a pretty well known practice with literal flow charts for new employees. I mean i have no idea why you would trust Apple regarding refurbished products, they are at the fore front of taking away Right to repair lol. Hell they almost got me with the XS iPhone, sensor went in the front camera and they told me "sorry cant fix that, but you can purchase a new phone". Laughed in the guys face.
      So in your world, Apple refuses to carry out a warranty repair, takes the customer's computer back giving nothing in return to the customer, fixes the computer and resells it as refurbished? :facepalm:
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    • There's plenty of value. Especially if you have an iPhone. The synchronicity between the two, and ability to make calls and texts from your computer and more is unmatched. My current Macbook Pro has lasted 8 years. Never needed a repair. My previous Macbook Pro lasted 6 years. I bought brand-new each time. The current price is definitely inflated and I don't like that at all, but if I can get another 6-8 years out of it, I'll be happy.
      Base and midrange MBPs have been pretty stable in price since 2008. MSRP increase has actually been below inflation and you're getting better technology to boot. I'd love to the see the cost of upgrades come down to a reasonable point but that's where all OEMs make money.
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    • Are you unfamiliar with how returns work in the retail world? 🤨
      Have you worked in retail or back end returns/repairs for Apple? I have a friend who tells me horror stories about people getting absolutely hosed. I am not talking about your average RFD "lEt Me SeE ThE sPEcS" type of nerd. I am talking about Retired or older people with more money than sense. $60 internal sensory replacement? Sorry you need to buy a new laptop, but we will give you a $50 pity discount. People fall for it all the time, they then replace that cheap part and sell it "Refurbished" for another $2,000. Its a pretty well known practice with literal flow charts for new employees. I mean i have no idea why you would trust Apple regarding refurbished products, they are at the fore front of taking away Right to repair lol. Hell they almost got me with the XS iPhone, sensor went in the front camera and they told me "sorry cant fix that, but you can purchase a new phone". Laughed in the guys face.
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    • It always cracks me up to see Apple products listed on this forum.

      I bought a refurb Macbook Air recently only for the battery life.

      But, generally Apple products are incredibly bad value.
      There's plenty of value. Especially if you have an iPhone. The synchronicity between the two, and ability to make calls and texts from your computer and more is unmatched. My current Macbook Pro has lasted 8 years. Never needed a repair. My previous Macbook Pro lasted 6 years. I bought brand-new each time. The current price is definitely inflated and I don't like that at all, but if I can get another 6-8 years out of it, I'll be happy.
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    • How they are able to sell a laptop for a SECOND time for over $2000 is hilarious and sad, just not sure which one is more.
      Probably more sad that you actually think this is how that works.
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    • It always cracks me up to see Apple products listed on this forum.

      I bought a refurb Macbook Air recently only for the battery life.

      But, generally Apple products are incredibly bad value.
      Rfders makes $100k, now $120k due to inflation so these shouldnt cause a blink
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    • How they are able to sell a laptop for a SECOND time for over $2000 is hilarious and sad, just not sure which one is more.
      Are you unfamiliar with how returns work in the retail world? 🤨
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    • How they are able to sell a laptop for a SECOND time for over $2000 is hilarious and sad, just not sure which one is more.
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    • It always cracks me up to see Apple products listed on this forum.

      I bought a refurb Macbook Air recently only for the battery life.

      But, generally Apple products are incredibly bad value.
      Apple doesn't have the best value in every product category but their price points are intentional and offer a decent selection for a large swath of the population. Don't look at a Pro computer or displays and balk at the price when it isn't meant for Joe public.
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    • My 13" MBP 2013 didn't fare well with a non standard ssd upgrade. Something to do with software I think? The laptop never went to sleep properly unless you bought the very specific type of m2 drive that apple uses (I used an HP M.2 nVME drive and had attached an adapter to be able to plug into the laptop). Eventually gave up as the battery would just drain overnight.
      This is a known issue with 3rd party nvme drives and adaptors. You can run ssd utilities to reduce power consumption if needed. For SATA SSDs, it's not typically an issue.
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    • It always cracks me up to see Apple products listed on this forum.

      I bought a refurb Macbook Air recently only for the battery life.

      But, generally Apple products are incredibly bad value.
      Very weird comment
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    • I meant really anything that originally came with a mechanical SATA drive from the factory, from laptops to consoles. For Apple, laptops switched to SSDs exclusively between 2010 (MBA) and 2012 (MBP). 2010 to 2012 MBPS are ideal candidates for SSD upgrades and were still pretty snappy up until a couple of major MacOS releases ago.

      You could still upgrade SSD-enabled Macbooks up until about 2015 for MBPS and 2017 for MBAS.
      My 13" MBP 2013 didn't fare well with a non standard ssd upgrade. Something to do with software I think? The laptop never went to sleep properly unless you bought the very specific type of m2 drive that apple uses (I used an HP M.2 nVME drive and had attached an adapter to be able to plug into the laptop). Eventually gave up as the battery would just drain overnight.
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    • I'll say this. Maybe my specs had to do with it but I purchased a 16 incher about 1 1/2 years ago through Apple Refurb and it has been disappointing. Very slow. My 15 inch macbook which was 5 years older was a much better experience
      Did you use it with an external display?

      I remember the previous 16" had an issue with 4K external displays that Apple never fixed.
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    • It always cracks me up to see Apple products listed on this forum.

      I bought a refurb Macbook Air recently only for the battery life.

      But, generally Apple products are incredibly bad value.
      What a contradictory post.

      Apple product value depends on the user. For many folks, they are not a good value. For many, they are.

      Clearly, you are in both camps. Odd.
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    • It always cracks me up to see Apple products listed on this forum.

      I bought a refurb Macbook Air recently only for the battery life.

      But, generally Apple products are incredibly bad value.
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    • I have the M1 Pro 14" 10/18 1TB model and love it. Overkill for my needs for sure. If the 2016-2021 MacBooks didn't suck balls I would have bought a used one of those, but the logic board in my 2015 15" MBP died in 2018 or so and that put me off used MacBooks for a while. I knew the next gen was coming soon enough, so I bought a Matebook X Pro and was back on Windows for a couple of years. Thankfully got that one cheap enough that it didn't cost me much to own it for the 2 years that I waited for this gen of MacBook to be released.

      Sure, $3000 is a ton to drop on a laptop, but if you take care of it and either use it for it's entire 10+ year useable life (my wife's 2009 white unibody MacBook is still going strong) or sell it a few years into owning it, the actual cost of ownership isn't that high compared to anything less expensive.
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    • Does Apple allow trade-ins when buying refurbished Macbooks?
      You can trade in your Mac at the store. But you won’t get the tax savings.
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    • I'm typing this on a refurbished M1 Max unit - loving it so far! Beat having to wait months for a custom M1 Max to come.
      I didn't buy refurb, but I love my M1 Max! It's so snappy and the fact that I can do everything untethered to the wall at max performance is the best feeling ever lol.
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    • Does Apple allow trade-ins when buying refurbished Macbooks?
      Not 100% sure but I think you can trade in your devices in store for a gift card, and then use that gift card to pay for the refurb item.
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    • Bought for about $1000 refurbished in 2011 MacBook Pro (13-inch, Early 2011)
      Processor 2,7 GHz Intel Core i7
      Memory, came with 2GB x 2, changed out to two x 8 GB 16 GB 1333 MHz DDR3
      Intel HD Graphics 3000 512 MB

      Son in law recently changed out my storage to a 1TB

      Bought my first Strawberry Apple when they first came out. Still have it in the basement. Always been an Apple guy because I'm not very tech savvy and Apple seemed an easier platform for me.

      Very happy with my purchases. Strawberry, mac mini, MBP currently in use.

      Daughter looking for a new MBP, so I'll pass this thread along. Thanked
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    • I'm typing this on a refurbished M1 Max unit - loving it so far! Beat having to wait months for a custom M1 Max to come.
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    • Does Apple allow trade-ins when buying refurbished Macbooks?
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    • I'll say this. Maybe my specs had to do with it but I purchased a 16 incher about 1 1/2 years ago through Apple Refurb and it has been disappointing. Very slow. My 15 inch macbook which was 5 years older was a much better experience
      Thermal issue maybe? Intel to Intel, the newer MBP should be faster.
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    • The MacBook Pro starts at 1580 with the student discount and has already been down to 1500 at other retailers.

      As a computer science student who spends hours each day using my laptop, the $370-450 price difference is negligible for a better battery (I can use it at least 3 days without charging), brighter display to use it outside, touchbar, extra gpu core, and a fan.
      Sure, those features are of value to you and you can afford to pay for it. In terms of functionality for someone who wants to spend the least amount of money, the MBA is 95% similar at 30% less cost. Also, ew, touchbar.
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    • I'll say this. Maybe my specs had to do with it but I purchased a 16 incher about 1 1/2 years ago through Apple Refurb and it has been disappointing. Very slow. My 13 inch macbook which was 5 years older was a much better experience
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    • Students don't *need* a $3000 MBP. If you want that shiny MBP and can't afford it upfront, finance it at normal retail price. Otherwise, buy a refurb or edu MBA which is perfectly capable. If you're really without means, you can even finance that relatively cheap MBA.
      The MacBook Pro starts at 1580 with the student discount and has already been down to 1500 at other retailers.

      As a computer science student who spends hours each day using my laptop, the $370-450 price difference is negligible for a better battery (I can use it at least 3 days without charging), brighter display to use it outside, touchbar, extra gpu core, and a fan.
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