Almost 400 euros cheaper: The new MacBook Pro on offer

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta February 4, 2022
Updated 2022/02/04 at 6:25 PM

Apple plans to launch a whole range of new products this year. What exactly will it be? We can only speculate about that at this point in time. However, there is much to suggest that the US company will also release new MacBooks in 2022. Due to the still prevailing chip shortage and other factors, their prices are likely to exceed those of their predecessors by far. These, in turn, you can currently get even cheaper. With last year’s MacBook Pro you save a lot in the offer.

MacBook Pro (2021) on sale at Amazon

The 2021 models were extremely well received by the community of the prestigious market. The MacBook Pro, which Apple presented in the fall, caused a stir. The sixth generation of the high-performance laptop appeared with a completely revised design in 14.2 and 16.2 inch versions.

The displays of the variants rely on advanced mini-LED backlighting, a higher pixel density than was the case with the predecessors, and an adaptive refresh rate of up to 120 Hertz. The special centerpiece: the Apple M1 Pro or M1 Max SoC (system-on-a-chip) in different expansion stages. The developer from Cupertino, California, thus delivered top-class high-end devices with which you can save a lot in the current offer at Amazon.

What is Apple planning for 2022?

In 2022, the focus will also be on the models from Apple’s new flagship series. While the company is said to be working on releasing new Macs, MacBooks, iPads, and various accessories from time to time, it’s the iPhone 14 that gets by far the most attention. So it can hardly protect itself from unofficial advance releases. These are sometimes positive and sometimes negative.

The community unexpectedly meets the concept of a leaker who wants to show what the new iPhone 14 Pro design could look like. At the same time, experienced industry observer Ross Young is certain that the iPhone 14 display could be a major disappointment for many fans.

Source: Amazon; own research

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