New Certified Refurbished program for Apple Mac Studio offers savings of up to US$400

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Apple announced the mini-PC in March, and the Mac Studio has just been around for six months. The Mac Studio was delayed due to a shortage of M1 Max and M1 Ultra CPUs. Orders for the MacBook Pro 14 and MacBook Pro 16 did not begin shipping until June, and this was also the case for some of the earliest orders.

Subsequently, MacRumors came to the realization that Apple has begun selling the Mac Studio through its Certified Refurbished program. This was reported by the website. As a point of reference, Apple’s Certified Refurbished items all come with the same warranty coverage and return policy as the company’s new products. As a consequence of this, Certified Refurbished Mac Studio devices will be eligible for a limited warranty of one year as well as AppleCare, and they can be returned within 14 days of receipt.

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 purchased from Apple at the moment for a price of $1,799 and $3,599, respectively. For some perspective, the original prices of these machines were $1,999 and $3,999. To put it another way, if you buy an item that is Certified Refurbished instead of brand new, you can save anywhere from $200 to $400. Note that stock levels are subject to change; Apple continually adds new refurbished products to its Certified Refurbished program. Even while these deals offer reasonable savings for the typical customer, they can only compete with the prices that Apple offers to its students. However, in contrast to their new counterparts, certified refurbished equipment will ship out much more rapidly.

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