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Mac Book Pro 2014 For Sale ~REPACK~

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Service and parts may be obtained for longer, as required by law or for up to 7 years, subject to parts availability. Additionally, Mac laptops may be eligible for an extended battery-only repair period for up to 10 years from when the product was last distributed for sale, subject to parts availability.

The 13" MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2014) - MGX72LL/A was released in 2014 and features a 2.6 GHz Core i5 processor and 13" Retina display. Graphics processing is handled by an integrated Iris graphics card with 1.5GB of VRAM.

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One of the compromises with any thin notebook is its keyboard. Apple's scissor switch keys are known for having decent stroke distance and tactile feedback, and the 2014 MacBook Pro is no different. For us, it's not going to beat the "clickety-clack" of a mechanical keyboard, but the well-designed hardware offers a great, non-fatiguing typing experience.

The new Pro packs in Intel's 2.5GHz Core i7-4870HQ processor, which first launched in the third quarter of 2014. Despite being clocked 100MHz below the 2.6GHz Core i7-4960HQ installed in Apple's late-2013 MacBook Pro, the new chip manages to keep pace in benchmark testing.

The new Pro sports Nvidia's GeForce GT 750M chipset, but with a newer ROM revision that maximizes throughput. In Unigine's Heaven benchmark, both laptops run dead even on average, but the late-2014 model pushed at least 19.5 frames per second and managed a high of 53.7 FPS. While not the best results we've seen (the Mac Pro easily doubles the MacBook Pro's numbers), the outcome is quite good for a portable.

As usual, the Retina display brings stunning 2,880-by-1,800-pixel pictures to life with great viewing angles and consistent color accuracy. While Apple sources screens from various manufacturers, both 2013 and 2014 versions we tested happened to have identical "LSN154YL01-A01" Samsung panels. LG is also a Retina screen supplier, and while some users have reported slight color tone inaccuracies and image retention from both vendors, neither of our test machines suffered from such issues.

With performance comparable to last year's halo 15-inch MacBook Pro at a cheaper price point, the late-2014 base model with discrete GPU is an easy recommendation for new buyers. Without any major aesthetic changes or meaningful battery life improvements, however, owners who purchased their MacBook Pro within the past two product cycles are likely better off skipping this update.

Readers in the market for a mid-2014 MacBook Pro can head over to our Price Guides for the lowest possible prices. Through partnerships with some of Apple's largest Authorized Resellers, AppleInsider is proud to offer the industry's best pricing on MacBook Pros, MacBook Airs, and virtually all other Apple products.

Another cost saving option is to consider a handful of closeout specials on the 2013 MacBook Pros that remain in Apple's sales channel, given that these models are nearly identical in architecture and performance to the models released in 2014.

[quote name="Masterz1337" url="/t/182136/review-apples-mid-2014-15-inch-macbook-pro-with-retina-display#post_2591153"]I think the section of how to buy the Macbook Pro is longer than the actual review.[/Quote] Which probably explains the reviews timing. I'm not sure if Appleinsider realizes it or not but thye blow their credibility out of the water when doing something like this. This looks more like an add rahter than an honest review. [Quote] How does one determine the maker of their panel? I have bought one last fall and am curious to know.[/quote]Search the net, I'm not sure if there is a way, I seem to remember somehting to the effect of an utility that will tell you what you have. Curiosity killed the cat you know, I wouldn't worry too much about it.

This sale covers quite a few different models and generations of MacBook. If you're looking for the absolute lowest price out there, there are several models that stretch back as far as 2014. For example, the 11-inch MacBook Air from 2014 is on sale starting at just $150. The drawback on these older models is that, while they may function just fine, software support is going to be pretty limited.

If you're after a laptop that you'll be able to use for years to come, you're better off spending a little more money up front and opting for a newer model. The most recent available is the 2020 MacBook Pro, which features 16GB of RAM, a 512GB solid-state drive and an Intel i5 CPU, and is on sale for $1,100 right now, $499 off the usual price. Or, if you'd rather save more with a used model, there's also a refurbished 2020 MacBook Pro with an upgraded M1 processor on sale starting at $850.

There are over a dozen other MacBooks available at this sale, including plenty of more powerful models from as recently as 2019. This large-screen 16-inch MacBook Pro from 2019 features 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage, plus an AMD Radeon Pro GPU, and is on sale for $1,130. Or, if you're looking to spend a little less, you can grab a smaller 13-inch MacBook Pro from 2019 with 8GB or RAM and a 256GB SSD for $640.

And if you don't need all the computing power of a MacBook Pro, there are plenty of refurbished Air models available as well. This 13-inch model from 2019 starts at just $500, or you can get a slightly older 2018 model for just $460. There are limited quantities of refurbished models, and some are bound to sell out quickly, so if you're committed to snagging one on sale, we'd recommend acting sooner rather than later.

Apple has a huge range of products and few are more variable than the MacBook Pro . Their 2014 iteration is no exception, with a variety of features and sizes to choose from, it is difficult to make an informed choice.

When buying your MacBook Pro 2014, your purchasing decision will largely be based on what role the laptop will fulfil in your life. If it is a work or school laptop then a smaller, lightweight option may be best due to its portability and practicality. A larger, slightly heavier MacBook Pro may be a better idea if it is for home or entertainment use, as the screen will be larger and the weight doesnt matter as much. For University students, the ultimate mix of home and school, the choice may well depend on whether you live on or off campus and how far your commute is, as well as what course you are studying.

try Craigslist ,i sold my 13 macbook pro lat 2011 for 850$ it was on Craigslist for about a month and it takes time to sell macbook pros, so take your time with it if you wanna sell it for a good price ,oh and make sure to say only cash and no shipping because there is a lot of bad people there they will say i will wire you the money to your bank account give me your account number so i can wire the money .ya so there is a lot more staff like this so just get cash good luck

Now I think of buying another laptop. My macbook pro retina 13 inch early 2015 still works fine, but I need a bigger screen and a bigger RAM (I have 8GB now). Just checked the apple website for a new laptop with a higher Ram and SSD, the prices are draconic! Shall I go for Windows laptop which can be upgraded with parts at much lower price? My wife bought Windows PC laptop for 300. Couple years later upgraded SSD and RAM and her laptop works fast and good. And the upgrade cost was not noticeable at all. I used to Mac and like it, but feel that the pricing and upgrade ability is unfair. Probably will go for Windows laptop because of that.

I'm also in the same situation as you. I bought an early 2015 13" Macbook Pro with retina display and I'm wishing i would've opted for a more top of the line configuration. It really sucks that Apple would do this however they tend to keep peoples devices running smooth with updates and as long as you stick to multi threaded applications and applications from the app store, you shouldn't have any performance problems for a long time. Keep in mind that the system you bought is very capable and is top of the line.

everything is possible my man. all you need is the same kind of ram macbook pro retina has (size and speed) and a guide on how to place em in the motherboard (which is the problem). And the stuffs are all glued in. So pulling out stuff to get to the ram is difficult. But do remember you have super ssd and lot faster ram speed to get you through long time to come. Believe me man i went with a 8 gb model of 2015 macbook pro retina 13 myself.

As far I as know, the same RAM (1600MHz DDR3L onboard memory) is used on all Macbooks after this year until now, so, my question is amigos... can my 8GB of RAM can be de-soldered & re-soldered in order to upgrade to 16GB from RAM taken from a broken/sold4parts late Macbook?

And I say "broken/sold4parts Macbook" because according to "originalmachead" find new 16GB of new RAM is impossible and I quote "I don't even know where the type of RAM required is disclosed... there are no 3rd party components available".... and I agree completely because I have looked for it thoroughly .

no for finality anything later than 2012 for 13' mac book pros are soldered as apple upgraded other parts that were bigger, so they had to lower space. they took out the push-slot in ram compartment, and just soldered onto board. so if you want to upgrade you will have to probably order a new motherboard with new ram on. unless you have crazy good soldering skills otherwise it will just screw up the system and even if you could do that it would be hard to find compatible ram thats not ripped out of another mac for quadruple the price. so in conclusion if your going to do it your going to have to pay a lot and (to do safely) let apple do it.


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