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    • You aren’t proving anything, other than you don’t value some of the features on this laptop. You obviously aren’t working with large files on a server or using hdmi for 120hz… good for you, carry on. I’m not your homie, k bye.
      I'm curious, what are the useful applications of 4k120 besides gaming?

      Re: fast wifi, I've seen some media people edit off a portable NAS for events like CES. So that, I understand.
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    • I have both the units m2 pro and m1 pro, their basically identical for 95% of cases - i would take the discounted device imo. Refurb apples are basically new and impossible to tell their refurbished.

      M1 PRO is more or less the M2 PRO.

      or wait a few more generations and do the same thing with the m3 or m4
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    • Homie, you're just proving my original point if you have nothing to say back to my reply lol. I was hoping you'd come back with some examples and prove me wrong.


      Lol I literally did not make up any scenarios. I'm asking you to provide some.

      4K 120Hz output via HDMI is cool, Wifi6E is cool, but realistically not usable in real life.
      It's kind of like saying "Oh my car can reach a maximum speed of 250km/hr." - wow that's cool, but when is that going to be useful?

      Also received my Base 14" on Tuesday, looks brand spanking new. 5 battery cycles, 100% health.
      You aren’t proving anything, other than you don’t value some of the features on this laptop. You obviously aren’t working with large files on a server or using hdmi for 120hz… good for you, carry on. I’m not your homie, k bye.
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    • Alright, another person to ignore…
      Homie, you're just proving my original point if you have nothing to say back to my reply lol. I was hoping you'd come back with some examples and prove me wrong.
      No point in arguing with someone who just comes up with a bunch of strawman scenarios to “win”.
      Lol I literally did not make up any scenarios. I'm asking you to provide some.

      4K 120Hz output via HDMI is cool, Wifi6E is cool, but realistically not usable in real life.
      It's kind of like saying "Oh my car can reach a maximum speed of 250km/hr." - wow that's cool, but when is that going to be useful?

      Also received my Base 14" on Tuesday, looks brand spanking new. 5 battery cycles, 100% health.
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    • I ordered on Wed and received it today (Friday). Got extremely lucky with mine. No scratches and 2 battery counts only. Can't tell the difference between refurbished and brand new.

      Extremely happy with my purchase! Thanks RFD :D
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    • Please tell me about some situations where 120hz via HDMI would be useful to you. The HDMI is good for on-the-go when you need to share your screen at a meeting or whatever, good luck finding any place that has a 4K 120Hz screen laying around for you to plug into. Anyone who genuinely wants 4K 120Hz for their own use at home would buy TB4 dock. Why the heck would i want to plug in a fat hdmi cable and a bunch of peripheral cables into my laptop when I can use a single thunderbolt cable.



      If you need fast wifi, then get fast internet. Having wifi6e isn't going to make your shitty 50mbps get any better. If you already have fast internet, or gigabit, shit isn't going to make a difference. ,You will not see the difference in day-to-day use if you're already over 500mbps.

      And homie, if you're working from a server, any network call you make is done on that server's network - your own wifi has no influence on that server's performance.

      Why do you care for extra channels? Go download some wifi analyzer app, I can guarantee that you will see unused 5g channels that are ripe for you to use.
      Not to mention, you need a router that supports wifi 6E - and there aren't that many available, let alone many devices that suppose wifi 6e.
      Alright, another person to ignore…

      No point in arguing with someone who just comes up with a bunch of strawman scenarios to “win”.
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    • 120hz isnt only useful for gaming... why does anyone think this? Why wouldnt we want wifi 6e? I would suspect people buying a $2000 laptop are doing so for work.

      Please tell me about some situations where 120hz via HDMI would be useful to you. The HDMI is good for on-the-go when you need to share your screen at a meeting or whatever, good luck finding any place that has a 4K 120Hz screen laying around for you to plug into. Anyone who genuinely wants 4K 120Hz for their own use at home would buy TB4 dock. Why the heck would i want to plug in a fat hdmi cable and a bunch of peripheral cables into my laptop when I can use a single thunderbolt cable.

      Fast wifi can be great if working from a server for example, also better range usually. Not to mention the extra channels.. why are you even posting?
      If you need fast wifi, then get fast internet. Having wifi6e isn't going to make your shitty 50mbps get any better. If you already have fast internet, or gigabit, shit isn't going to make a difference. ,You will not see the difference in day-to-day use if you're already over 500mbps.

      And homie, if you're working from a server, any network call you make is done on that server's network - your own wifi has no influence on that server's performance.

      Why do you care for extra channels? Go download some wifi analyzer app, I can guarantee that you will see unused 5g channels that are ripe for you to use.
      Not to mention, you need a router that supports wifi 6E - and there aren't that many available, let alone many devices that suppose wifi 6e.
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    • I bought the M1 MBP 14 before the M2 came out so I paid lots more lol. Its a great laptop and I really love having some ports back. The battery is amazing and being able to run dual monitors is a huge plus. Not sure if the air can.
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    • Realistically, the average user no one is going to notice a performance/battery difference between the M1 and M2 version of MBP.

      HDMI 2.1 is a useless update, what's the point of outputting 4K @ 120Hz on a non-gaming machine? When would you ever need this? Same thing with wifi 6E, who's going to notice any real world difference besides circle jerking each other off.

      Save your money and buy a refurb M1 MBP.
      All their refurb M1 models were further discounted after today's release, not just the base version.

      edit:
      Not all refurbs are a good deal.
      m1 pro, 10 core, 32gb, 1tb, $2999
      https://www.apple.com/ca/shop/product/G ... afaf14bb5e

      m2 pro, 10 core, 32gb, 1tb, $3074 (edu discount)
      https://www.apple.com/ca_edu_93120/shop ... -gpu-512gb
      120hz isnt only useful for gaming... why does anyone think this? Why wouldnt we want wifi 6e? I would suspect people buying a $2000 laptop are doing so for work. Fast wifi can be great if working from a server for example, also better range usually. Not to mention the extra channels.. why are you even posting?
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    • Costco was 1874.75, and I think included 2 years warranty, but I may be mistaken. (I missed that sale) :(
      BB and Amazon had it on sale on Boxing week for 2199.99, which was $300 off.
      Apple offered a $350 gift card when purchased at regular price during Black Friday or $210 GC (I think) when purchased on educational pricing during back to school.

      So Costco was the ATL, but I think that was an error which they honoured as Apple would rarely discount a device that much, especially at just one retailer.

      I’m surprised the retailers haven’t discounted the M1 model yet. I guess they feel the $100 discount over the M2 is enough, even though that was the regular price for that unit.
      Thanks! I'm not sure what my play is here. I do need a new computer but it's hard to pay $200 more for a refurbished product when I could've gotten it new half a year ago. Where's my time machine damn it.
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    • So you can buy from the apple store the older MBA (M1) or the MBA (M2).

      But unless I'm missing something thye're not selling the older MBP14 (M1) and only the newer M2? So what happens to their inventory? To other retailers?
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    • I noticed that they changed the "discount" amount on the base 14"
      It now says $2187 (save $258) - $1929

      If you go to the Iphone Apple store App and search refurbished 14"
      It says $2374 (save $445) - $1929

      Nothing different on the bottom line, but interesting.
      You were probably browsing the store while in the Education Store or EPP Store. The “original” price is lower.

      The Apple Store app is only compatible with showing regular pricing.
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    • I’m surprised the retailers haven’t discounted the M1 model yet. I guess they feel the $100 discount over the M2 is enough, even though that was the regular price for that unit.
      On one hand, I wonder how many people are up with the new releases... so maybe they just buy them more by accident - especially if they just go to a store and say "I want a Mac".
      On the other hand, I feel like Mac buyers would be more in tune with the releases and more likely to know that a new one is coming...
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    • Costco was 1874.75, and I think included 2 years warranty, but I may be mistaken. (I missed that sale) :(
      BB and Amazon had it on sale on Boxing week for 2199.99, which was $300 off.
      Apple offered a $350 gift card when purchased at regular price during Black Friday or $210 GC (I think) when purchased on educational pricing during back to school.

      So Costco was the ATL, but I think that was an error which they honoured as Apple would rarely discount a device that much, especially at just one retailer.

      I’m surprised the retailers haven’t discounted the M1 model yet. I guess they feel the $100 discount over the M2 is enough, even though that was the regular price for that unit.
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    • What is the ATM for a low Macbook Pro? 25% off Costco?

      How about from Apple?
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    • I noticed that they changed the "discount" amount on the base 14"
      It now says $2187 (save $258) - $1929

      If you go to the Iphone Apple store App and search refurbished 14"
      It says $2374 (save $445) - $1929

      Nothing different on the bottom line, but interesting.
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    • Interested to see what other retailers like Best Buy will do with their inventory of new sealed M1 Pros, if we might see significant discounts there?

      New to the MacBook space don't know historically what happens in these cases.
      I’d expect no significant discounts there. Where you could watch is Best Buy’s open box/Geek Squad refurbished stock. That’s where I think the best deals will be, but very rare to find
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    • Interested to see what other retailers like Best Buy will do with their inventory of new sealed M1 Pros, if we might see significant discounts there?

      New to the MacBook space don't know historically what happens in these cases.
      You will get some slight discounts to clear things out - but I dont think they will be crazy.
      I think you can find some historical pricing that shows when things get cleared out.
      I dont think you will see refurb numbers low.
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    • The refurbished 2021 models won't drop in price again until another generation of Macbook Pro 14/16 is released.
      Interested to see what other retailers like Best Buy will do with their inventory of new sealed M1 Pros, if we might see significant discounts there?

      New to the MacBook space don't know historically what happens in these cases.
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    • I have this one (14, M1 Pro), my gf have the air m2.

      While I like my better hdr screen and better sound her computer is so much lighter and quite smaller.

      Yes on paper it doesn’t sound much, but it does make a difference.
      So if you are doing light to mid stuff, including light photoshop, office, 20 chrome tab, and only once in a while video editing, the air is more than enough, and for probably like 8 years.

      I just sold my air 2013, and it was still fine, and got 300$ for it.
      Impressive that you got $300 for a 10 y/o laptop!

      I was lucky enough to managed to order an Air M2 openbox from BB but havent ship yet.
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    • Has anyone been part of a phase out cycle like this? Im wondering how much more of a discount we can expect?
      The refurbished 2021 models won't drop in price again until another generation of Macbook Pro 14/16 is released.
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    • I have this one (14, M1 Pro), my gf have the air m2.

      While I like my better hdr screen and better sound her computer is so much lighter and quite smaller.

      Yes on paper it doesn’t sound much, but it does make a difference.
      So if you are doing light to mid stuff, including light photoshop, office, 20 chrome tab, and only once in a while video editing, the air is more than enough, and for probably like 8 years.

      I just sold my air 2013, and it was still fine, and got 300$ for it.
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    • Has anyone been part of a phase out cycle like this? Im wondering how much more of a discount we can expect?
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    • I picked up a refurb M1 Max and it is in perfect condition with 3 cycles on the battery. Pretty happy.
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    • After spilling a whole cup of coffee on my old MBP, being told it was a write off, and running to the store to buy the new MBP 14 M2 Pro urgently to keep working...

      ...I'm returning it and getting in on this deal instead. Thanks OP! Saved big. The new MBP 14 M2 Pro cost almost $3000 after tax(!)
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    • Max Tech can definitely be cringey and annoying, but I have to give some credit: their review has been the most detailed one by far, and after seeing this, the M1 Pro doesn't look too bad at all. Not a fan of the smaller heatsink and higher temperatures and fan noise on the M2.

      This might make some people consider a refurb M1 Pro rather than the M2, depending on your priorities.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kaGGyXzBG2M

      Also FYI, Rakuten does give a bit of cashback on the Apple store if you are buying refurbs.
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    • Just got mine. Inspected it thoroughly and could not find any indication of use. Looks brand new. Battery had 5 cycles. Very pleased so far.
      Mine arrived yesterday as well. Looks brand new to my eye. Battery has 4 cycles and 100% health.
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    • From what I found on the website, Apple seems pretty clear about their refurbs, so their shouldn't be any confusion.

      They state that they replace the case and battery for iphones but as for MacBooks, they don't mention any of that.

      Hence why Macbooks can potentially have battery recharge cycles and minor signs of usage. Still, returns are relatively easy and stress-free with Apple (in my experience anyway), so might not hurt to give it a try if your interested.

      Side question, have all refurbs been discounted or just the standardized models? Little hard to tell, and since they removed the M1 Pro configurator from the website it's hard to compare the cost difference .
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    • Just got mine. Inspected it thoroughly and could not find any indication of use. Looks brand new. Battery had 5 cycles. Very pleased so far.
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    • Apple says they replace the casing for every refurbished product so that it's new but that's a lie. I received one with a huge scratch on the back and escalated to the executives but they would not admit that they sold a product without replacing the cover. The best they would do is for me is for me to return it.
      They don't claim to replace the battery and case on Macs nor ipads, they only do for iphones (on their own site, it says strictly for ios devices). It's just that people on RFD and reddit keep saying they do so people believe it for some reason, when refurb Macbooks usually have 7-10 cycles already on them in system diagnostics. I had good experience buying a refurb 2018 ipad pro when those first came out. But I also bought an M1 mini last May that had 5% of the SSD life already depleted, so it was probably a unit that was returned multiple times, cosmetically they were perfect though for me.
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    • You can look at the case and test the battery, and return these easily in the first 2 weeks (assuming you're near a store/phone etc.). Definitely check out the computer when you get it. Scratches and poor batteries are very rare, anecdotally.
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    • I got a 16 inch M1 a while back and while I ended up returning it for other reasons, the chassis had obvious scuffs and scratches while the battery had under 10 cycles. They mention on the refurb site that they do not consider minor cosmetic damage a factor when assessing the unit.
      Apple says they replace the casing for every refurbished product so that it's new but that's a lie. I received one with a huge scratch on the back and escalated to the executives but they would not admit that they sold a product without replacing the cover. The best they would do is for me is for me to return it.
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    • AFAIK its new battery, outer casing.
      I got a 16 inch M1 a while back and while I ended up returning it for other reasons, the chassis had obvious scuffs and scratches while the battery had under 10 cycles. They mention on the refurb site that they do not consider minor cosmetic damage a factor when assessing the unit.
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    • that is IF you get paybright to work lol, they have awful customer service and bugs that do not allow you to actually use their service
      I'm one of the unlucky souls that paybright hates lol. If anyone else has bad experiences with PB, try again. My friend was able to work with them 6 months after the fraud security risk message
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    • Waiting for a lil more of a reduction to pick this up. The m1 14/16s are incredible machines.
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    • Rumors of OLED MBP coming out.... but at that point why settle for an OLED screen when MicroLED is targeted for 2024/2025? OLED doesn't get nearly as bright enough and runs the risk of burn-in.

      I've had burn-in on my OnePlus phone, Samsung S21U, and would expect to have the same issues for any OLED mobile device with some sort of notification bar.
      So, your iPhone OLED did not have burn-in issue? What kind of logic is this? Just say ur jealous of new models coming out!
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    • Rumors of OLED MBP coming out.... but at that point why settle for an OLED screen when MicroLED is targeted for 2024/2025? OLED doesn't get nearly as bright enough and runs the risk of burn-in.

      I've had burn-in on my OnePlus phone, Samsung S21U, and would expect to have the same issues for any OLED mobile device with some sort of notification bar.
      Jealousy burns
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    • Apple refurbished Mac are indistinguishable from new. The base 14" is $540 (after tax) cheaper than the new base model M2 Pro. You will never reclaim that $540 difference in resale let alone notice the performance difference day to day. The only people it's worth it to are one's who need that FOMO psychological relief that they have the newest; if that's worth half a grand to them then by all means.
      I agree in general. But there are professional use cases (after all, this is a laptop for pros) where having something render 20% faster can increased revenues.
      But yes, many buyers (pros included) will never push their M2 to the limits.
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    • Apple refurbished Mac are indistinguishable from new. The base 14" is $540 (after tax) cheaper than the new base model M2 Pro with edu discount. You will never reclaim that $540 difference in resale let alone notice the performance difference day to day.

      The only people it's worth it to are one's who need that FOMO psychological relief that they have the newest; if that's worth half a grand to them then by all means.
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    • Are you sure? I thought that only applied to refurbished iPhones, not Macbooks.

      I was under the impression MacBook returbs don't get the same treatment as the iPhones (new case, new battery).
      AFAIK its new battery, outer casing.
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