For Sale High Spec 2015 MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display / 1TB SSD / 16GB RAM / Intel Core i5 2.9 GHz

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  1. hstevens

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    Hi all, I'm selling my late 2015 13" MacBook Pro. The MacBook is in great condition as I spent a lot of money on the spec (1TB SSD) so I took really good care of it. The MacBook retails currently on Apple's UK website for £2239 and I'm looking for £1600 for it as it's just over a year old.

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    Processor: 2.9 GHz Intel Core i5 (overboost to 3.3 GHz)
    Memory: 16GB RAM
    Storage: 1TB SSD
    Graphics: Intel Iris Graphics 6100 1536MB
    RRP: £2239

    The MacBook enclosure and screen are in mint condition.

    Original box and charger are included.

    Running the latest MacOS. I will be restore the Mac to factory settings prior to collection. Mobile banking transfer or cash on collection.

    Price and currency: £1600
    Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
    Payment method: Cash or bank transfer on collection
    Location: London
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    Quick question? Isn't that model linked to the new 2016 non-touch bar MBP? (As that model only has two thunderbolt ports) whereas as yours is a Retina display 2015 model? Do you happen to have the price your originally paid for?
     
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    The original RRP from Apple would have been £2059 I think; £1499 for the original spec, £160 for the 16GB RAM, £400 for the 1TB upgrade.
     
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    Cheers westy2174, will have a think
     
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    Hi DC,

    The 2016 MacBook Pro non-touch bar has two Thunderbolt 3 ports (USB-C), mine has 2 Thunderbolt 2 ports which was standard across the previous MacBook range. I believe Westy is correct on the original pricing.
     
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    Thanks hstevens, any warranty left?
     
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    No problem mate. Unfortunately it expired Dec 13, 2016 however it is still covered under EU consumer law. I've attached the a screen grab from the Apple Warranty Check website.
     

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