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Apple Drops MacBook Pro Education Pricing

Apple drops down the prices for its non retina 13 inch MacBook Pro educational models. It means that now students can get $100 and $200 discount on purchasing 2.5GHz and 2.9GHz 13-inch MacBook Pro models respectively without retina display.

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Apple Drops MacBook Pro Education Pricing

Apple Drops MacBook Pro Education Pricing

Apple is always in news and this time its a discount offer. Apple after announcing budgeted $229 iPod touch on Thursday, made another announcement later on same day. Apple is offering now discount on both high end and low end Macbook Pro. Entry level 13 inch non retina MaBook Pro of 2.5GHz is available at discounted educational price of $999. The previous price tag is $1099 which means a $100 discount is given.

While the high end 2.9GHz 13 inch MacBook Pro got a $200 retail discount and its price is now $1299. But these new prices are only available for students according to 9to5Mac. The discount for education models shows Apple's concern towards giving more benefits to students. Apple is really thinking good for students. Its a good sign and Apple should continue this practice in future.



 

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