Take $100 Off New Apple 13″ MacBook Pro with M1 Chip

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You may have been reading the news reports toward the end of the year about the release of the first Macs to include the Apple M1 Chip. You can go ahead and take it off your wish list and buy it today. The Apple 13″ MacBook Pro with M1 Chip is already seeing a significant discount of $100 on the 512 GB model.

The all-new Apple M1 chip with an eight-core GPU provides speed and power. It adds up to 2.8 times CPU performance and up to five times the graphics speed. Machine learning is up to 11 times faster with the advanced Neural Engine.

The Apple 13″ MacBook Pro with M1 Chip ships with macOS Big Sur, adding significant performance benefits. The default apps have received updates, but you’re not limited to macOS apps, as you can also use your favorite iOS and iPadOS apps on the MacBook Pro.

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Additionally, the MacBook Pro also has the longest battery life of any Mac to date, lasting up to 20 hours to be sure it will last you throughout the day. Active cooling will sustain the performance throughout the day as well. It has up to 2 TB SSD storage with up to 3.3 GB per second in sequential read speeds.

Images will have deep blacks, bright whites, and vibrant colors on the Retina display. Use the FaceTime HD camera with Apple’s latest image signal processor for your Zoom calls, and be assured that everyone will hear you well with new studio-quality mics. While upcoming MacBook Pros may not have the Touch Bar, it’s still included as part of the Magic Keyboard on this MacBook Pro.

Take $100 off and pay just $1,399 for either a Space Gray or Silver 512 GB MacBook Pro. Pay just $1,219 for a Silver 256 GB and $1,224.99 for a Space Gray 256 GB.

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Laura has spent nearly 20 years writing news, reviews, and op-eds, with more than 10 of those years as an editor as well. She has exclusively used Apple products for the past three decades. In addition to writing and editing at MTE, she also runs the site's sponsored review program.

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