Cheap MacBook Pro deal: save £149 on the new and improved 13-inch MacBook Pro

This new MacBook Pro 13-inch deal gets you the brand-new model for less!

Cheap Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch deal
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Great MacBook Pro deals are few and far between at the best of times, so getting one just a few weeks after the launch of a new model is a real steal!

This 13-inch MacBook Pro deal slashes £149 off the price of the latest model, which normally sells for £1,799 – it's down to just £1,649 at Laptops Direct right now!

Buy the new 13-inch MacBook Pro for £1,649 from Laptops Direct

For that, you get a quad-core Intel 10th-gen processor with strong Iris Plus graphics, 16GB of RAM, 512GB of ultra-fast storage, and a 2560x1600 Retina display.

The MacBook Pro 13-inch is a great balance of power and portability. Its screen size gives it a smaller volume and makes it easier to carry, of course, but the 2GHz quad-core processor (which can boost itself to 3.8GHz when needed) and 16GB of RAM give you a lot of head-room for running demanding apps.

512GB of storage is plenty of space for the key stuff you need on the go, and Apple's storage is infamous for its speed – editing raw 4K video on here is no problem. 

On previous models of MacBook Pro, the keyboard had been an issue – the feels was disliked by some, but it had also proven less reliable than you want from a pro machine. But this model uses a new keyboard type that's more comfortable and promises to be longer-lasting.


Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch 2020 (2GHz) | Was £1,799 | Now £1,649 at Laptops Direct
Released just a few weeks ago, the latest version of the MacBook Pro 13-inch is well-specced, portable and reliable. This version gives you a latest-gen quad-core processor, 16GB of RAM, 512GB of flash storage, and a sharp Retina display with P3 wide colour support.

If that price is still more than you're looking to spend, take a look at our review of the MacBook Air (2020), which starts from just £999. It's lighter than the MacBook Pro, but less powerful – but perhaps that suits you just fine, especially with the lower price.

We've also reviewed the even more powerful MacBook Pro 16-inch, which start from six cores of processing power and just goes up from there.

Matthew Bolton
Matthew Bolton

Matthew runs T3's magazine side putting the best gadgets in ink every month, having worked across on many tech mags over the last decade. He's also our resident Apple expert, and you absolutely should not get him started about Lego or board games unless you have a free afternoon and endless patience.