Apple just cut the price of the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display. You can now pick one up for £1,249 — £200 less than the original starting price of £1,449.
That means that the basic 13-inch Retina Pro — with 128GB of storage — is now slightly more wallet friendly. For £1,449, the same price as the old entry-level model, you can now get a spec bump providing 256GB of storage and a new, faster 2.6GHz processor.
That’s not all! Its bigger brother, the 15-inch Retina Pro, is also getting a shot in the arm: the base, £1,799 model will now feature a 2.4GHz chip, while the top-end £2,299 behemoth will pack a 2.7GHz processor and 16GB of RAM standard.
Finally, the 13-inch MacBook Air with 256GB of storage now starts at £1,199.