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Apple spendiert seinen MacBooks ein Update und senkt die Preise

Apple hat vor wenigen Minuten bekanntgegeben, die Preise für seine MacBook-Reihe zum Teil deutlich zu senken. Gleichzeitig spendierte das US-Unternehmen den Notebooks schnellere Prozessoren. Das MacBook Pro mit 13 Zoll-Retina-Display gibt es mit 128 Gigabyte Speicher ab sofort für 1.499 Euro. Mit schnellerem 2,6 GHz-Prozessor und 256 Gigabyte Speicherplatz kostet es 1.699 Euro. Das ist ein Nachlass von 250 bzw. 350 Euro.

Beim größeren Modell, dem MacBook Pro mit 15 Zoll-Retina-Display sind die Preise ebenfalls gefallen. Das Modell mit neuem 2,4 GHz Quad-Core-Processor kostet jetzt 2.199 Euro. Das größere Modell mit neuem 2,7 GHz Quad-Core-Prozessor und 16 Gigabyte Arbeitsspeicher wird für 2.799 Euro ausgeliefert – ein Unterschied von 80 bzw. 100 Euro.

Auch beim MacBook Air wurde an der Preisschraube gedreht. Mit 13 Zoll-Bildschirm und 256 Gigabyte Speicher werden ab sofort 1.399 Euro fällig – das sind 150 Euro weniger als zuvor.

Auch die Preise der anderen Modelle wurden im deutschen Online-Store von Apple leicht gesenkt. Bei den MacBooks ohne Retina-Display liegen sie nun zwischen 50 und 80 Euro unter dem vorherigen Preis. Die kleineren MacBook-Air-Varianten gibt es alle 50 Euro billiger.

Alle Geräte sollen ab sofort in den Apple Stores und im Online Store des Unternehmenserhältlich sein.

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    • bei dem USD-Kurs ist das immer noch eine Preiserhöhung im Vergleich zu Februar 2012!

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