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Ringing in as the lowest price on record, Apple’s new 14-inch MacBook Pro with a spacious 1TB SSD is discounted to $2,035 in addition to $60 off AppleCare.
Using this cost-saving activation link with coupon code APINSIDER, you can save $164 on Apple’s Late 2021 14-inch MacBook Pro with the M1 Pro chip (8-core CPU, 14-core GPU), 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage in Space Gray.
Priced at $2,035 after coupon at Apple Authorized Reseller Adorama, this is the cheapest price available on the spacious model, according to the AppleInsider 14-inch MacBook Pro Price Guide. At press time, units are in stock and ready to ship.
AppleCare is also $60 off with the same APINSIDER coupon, bringing the price of the extended protection plan down to $219. Need help with the coupon? Step-by-step activation instructions can be found here.
Use coupon code APINSIDER with this pricing link in the same browsing session.
If you prefer another set of specs, the APINSIDER promo code offers savings of up to $200 off every 2021 MacBook Pro, including 16-inch models, so if you’re looking for 64GB of RAM or 2TB of storage, head over to our Mac Price Guide to check out the discounts on 160 configs.
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