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Tons of Apple deals are available right now on Amazon and B&H

By Samuel Martinez February 27, 2020, 1:15 pm

This is an excellent moment for anyone who wants to get a new MacBook Pro. The latest 16-inch variant is available for just $2,547 with free shipping from Amazon. This powerful laptop comes with an Intel Core i9 processor, 1TB in storage, and 16GB RAM. You save $252 from its original price.

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The 15.4-inch MacBook Pro is also on sale at B&H Photo video. You save $700 from its original price, meaning you just have to pay $2,099 for the version with an Intel Core i9 processor, 16GB RAM and 512GB in storage. If you want more options where to chose from, you can follow the second link.

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The iPad Pro is also on sale at Amazon.com, and you can get yours for $899 with $50 in savings. This is the Wi-Fi only variant with 256GB in storage. However, you can go for the 512GB or the 1TB storage options with $100 and $150 in savings, respectively.

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