New 2021 Apple M1 MacBook Pro shock price cut continues

MacBook Pro 2021
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Update: The main deal in this article on the 2021 16-inch MacBook Pro has now expired, but there are still a lot of great deals available on the 2020 models, all of which you can find below. 

Apple recently took the world by storm with its all new, all powerful MacBook Pro line-up. The 14- and 16-inch devices are seriously impressive, but having only just been released last month, never did we think we'd see them discounted in this year's Black Friday sales. Thankfully, we were wrong. 

M1 MacBook Air (2020)$999 $949 at B&H PhotoSave $50:

M1 MacBook Air (2020): $999 $949 at B&H Photo
Save $50: Last week this model had a $100, which has sadly now dropped to $50. Still a good saving, but let's hope we see the higher discount return on this 2020 M1 MacBook Air with 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD. 

M1 13" MacBook Pro (2020)$1,299Save $100

M1 13" MacBook Pro (2020): $1,299 $1,199 at Adorama
Save $100: Save a packet on this late 2020 M1 MacBook Pro, complete with 13-inch display, Touch Bar, 8-core CPU and GPU, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD. 

M1 MacBook Air (2020)£999Save £100

M1 MacBook Air (2020): £999 £899 at Amazon
Save £100: Under £900 for the first time, this is a cracking deal on the M1 MacBook Air. Slimline, lightweight and super-powerful, this model boasts a beautiful 13-inch display, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD.

M1 13" MacBook Pro (2020)£1,299

M1 13" MacBook Pro (2020)£1,299 £1,167 at Amazon
Save £132: A 10 percent discount might not seem that much, but this amount off is rare for Apple products, especially a device that's only just a year old. So snap up one of these 13" MacBook Pros with 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD before they all go. 

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Kerrie Hughes
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Kerrie Hughes is a frequent contributor to Creative Bloq, and was once its editor. One of the original CB crew, Kerrie joined the team back in 2013 after moving from her role as staff writer on 3D World. Since then she's written regularly for other creative publications such as ImagineFX, Computer Arts and Digital Camera World. After a stint working for the police, Kerrie is back reviewing creative tech for creative professionals.