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*** Official October 18th Apple Event (18:00 BST) ***

Discussion in 'Apple Hardware' started by Irish_Tom, 12 Oct 2021.

  1. hartgeh3

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    WhereTF is the Mac Mini
     
  2. ZP9

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    The regular M1 macbook pro seems like a rip off now! You get so much more with the new 14" model
     
  3. Maccy

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    So a maxed out M1 Max is gonna be pushing close to £4k?
     
  4. visibleman

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    Store is updating now. I want to see the LOL-prices of the Max's...
     
  5. fez

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    Absolute monsters
     
  6. Feek

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    I do like these events which are short and to the point.

    Now get the store online so I can order some AirPods please.
     
  7. ZP9

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    Nope, just new macbook pro's
     
  8. Throrik

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    They didn't say availability date did they?
     
  9. Captain

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    I’ve just maxed it out on the Apple store, £5899.
     
  10. ZP9

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    Id imagine even more, but will have to wait and see
     
  11. Captain

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    Order today, available from next week.
     
  12. visibleman

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    £3299 base for the 16" MBP Max....:eek:

    [​IMG]
     
  13. Throrik

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    £400 to go from 32GB to 64GB.
     
  14. Somnambulist

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    I suppose much like the Mac Pro, the people that want/need the Max won’t blink at spending that much. I don’t even need the M1 Pro but… the ‘old’ M1 MBP seems outdated now so I guess it’s time to lube up!
     
  15. Feek

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    Done, delivery Tuesday next week.
     
  16. kitkat9933

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    16 with M1 Max, 64GB and 2TB SSD about £800 cheaper than my top spec with 2TB SSD 16 2 years ago.
     
  17. ZP9

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    M1 Max 16" starts at 3300 - Maxes out at 5899!!!
     
  18. LiE

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    Dem prices.

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  19. kitkat9933

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    I can't sell till new iMac / Mac mini so going to lose money waiting as MBPs will crash my Intels value..
     
  20. GMac11

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    Still no store update for me...
    If anything it'll be a 14, no way I could stretch to the 16. However I'm not sure I could drop down in size from my current 16 - it's still a joy to use.
     
  21. ZP9

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    The M1 pro 14" starts at 1899, but thats only for a 8 core cpu and 14 core gpu??? Pretty scummy from apple, to get the full M1 pro its 2399 starting
     
  22. Somnambulist

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    I suppose it’s not that bad: I bought a Dell Precision workstation laptop for my degree back in the mid 2000’s and that was £1600 back then.
     
  23. englishpremier

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    And this is an application where faceID makes sense as one is less likely to be wearing a mask when using their computer compared to out and about with their phone. Would have been a good addition. I'm sure they will add in an upcoming release and claim its new despite Windows having it for years.