Is it worth getting a refurbished MacBook?
Apple’s Refurbished Mac store isn’t perfect, but it’s worth a look.
At the same time, Apple’s Refurbished Mac store isn’t the best place for some older devices.
There are also limited quantities of Apple’s refurbished devices, so it’s not a guarantee that you’ll get the model you want.
Are refurbished MacBook Pros good?
Refurbished electronics have a reputation for being buggy, broken or without any kind of meaningful warranty, but when you buy an Apple Certified refurbished item, it’s guaranteed to be just as good as something brand new — as long as you buy it directly from the Apple Certified Refurbished section of Apple’s website.
What should I look for in a used MacBook?
12 Things to Check Before Buying Second-hand MacBook
- Step 1: Check for damages.
- Step 2: Check how old is that Mac.
- Step 3: Boot this Mac.
- Step 4: Disable firmware password.
- Step 5: Check the display condition.
- Step 6: Run a keyboard test.
- Step 7: Check the optical drive.
- Step 8: Check all ports.
What is the best refurbished MacBook Pro to buy?
The Refurbished 16-inch MacBook Pro 2.6GHz 6-core Intel Core i7 with Retina display is a good deal at $2,039, which is $360 lower than a brand new model. It comes with 16GB of RAM, a 512GB SSD, and a 4GB AMD Radeon Pro 5300M graphics card.