Apple sells MacBooks equipped with its own M-series chips in a wide range of sizes and price points. The offerings start with the 13-inch MacBook Air from 2020 at $999 and go all the way up to last year’s 16-inch MacBook Pro at $2,499 (and more Macs are expected to be announced at its upcoming “Scary Fast” evening product event on October 30th). But finding a deal on a current Mac with an M1 or M2 chip — or a higher-end Pro or Max version — is usually not too difficult.
At this point, we don’t recommend buying any older Intel-based Macs. They’re just completely outclassed by all the newer models unless you have some super-niche Windows Boot Camp needs.
Alternatively, purchasing refurbished is another way to save money on an Apple…
Source: The Verge
Author: Antonio G. Di Benedetto