MacBook Pro

edited June 2021 in General Discussion
I am interested in purchasing a MacBook Pro to replace a circa 2013 iMac.  I'm looking at the 16" screen with the Core i9 processor and 1TB Solid State drive.  I noticed ten (10) of these in the refurbished inventory and two (2) open box.  Are there inherent issues with this version of the MacBook that I should be aware of before I make my decision?


  • TSTonyV
    TSTonyV ✭✭✭✭✭
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    There aren't any specific issues with that model of Macbook that I'm aware of. Just keep in mind that while refurbished units should generally still be fine, there's always a little more inherent risk going with a refurbished product rather than new in box. Those units only come with a 90-day warranty out of box and since they're not being refurbished by Apple themselves, Apple won't support them. You do have the option of purchasing an extended warranty with us on those units however. 
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