Latest Apple Laptops Prices – All MacBook Prices

Apple Laptops Prices, MacBook Prices

Do you want to know the latest Price of all Apple Laptops? Or, have you been searching online for honest MacBook Prices but you luckily landed here?

If you’re thinking of buying an Apple laptop or simply MacBook but don’t really have an idea of their prices, this page will help you get more than familiar with both their specifications and prices on at least, 4 different and prestigious shopping stores in the country.

Apple is well known for its unique products, often sleek and thin – with some of the best specifications you can find. They specialize in desktop PCs, laptops, smartphones, smartwatches, and just recently, the Air Pods.

For the laptop series which we’ll be dwelling on, Apple has three brands – The MacBook, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air. These PCs are targeted to different consumer types. MacBooks are the baseline version, next is the Air before we get to the Pro which is the highest of them all.

The list will be chronological so, let’s get to it!

N.B. The prices below are from the top online wholesale and retail stores in the country and beyond, they might be little variations in price as a result of exchange rates.

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All Apple Laptops Prices – MacBook, MacBook Air & MacBook Pro’s Prices in 2020

Apple Laptops Price – The MacBook Series Prices

In terms of specs and performance, these series are the least in the MacOS market, started in 2009, and the last which was in 2017. Be sure to note that the MacBooks below have all been discontinued, but you could still buy them at various online and offline stores.

Note that All Apple laptops run on the macOS X operating system.

MacBook (13 inches, 2009 variant)

So, in 2009 Apple started the MacBook series with the launch of the 13 inch MacBook.

The device has a dual-core processor with 64 bits architecture, NVIDIA GeForce graphics card, and two USB ports. For memory, the MacBook Core 2 Duo (White 09) comes with 2GB RAM which could be expanded officially to 4GB (even though some people have been able to upgrade to 6GB), 160GB of HDD space for storing all your files – even though it’s a very small amount of ROM in today’s tech world.

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MacBook (13 inches, 2010 variant)

The next year after the MacBook 13” 2009 Variant was launched, came the next MacBook with same screen size and some identical specs, but as with every upgrade – there are few changes. Let’s see them!

The RAM still remains but a larger ROM was provided (250GB HDD), same amount of ports provided but a different variant of NVIDIA GeForce graphics card – the 320M. An IR blaster for remote control is also supported in this model of the MacBook.

One major difference between this and its predecessor (MacBook 13” 2009 Variant) is the improvement in battery life, the battery on this variant could last up to 10 hours which is twice as much as that of its predecessor.

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MacBook (Retina 12 inch, 2015 variant)

Apple skipped four years and came up with the all-new ultra-slim MacBook with Retina display. This variant marked the birth of new design schemes for the MacBook line.

For the specs, it comes with 8GB RAM and 512GB solid-state drive (SSD), a 64-bit 2.6GHz processor with Intel 5300 graphics card. Both primary and secondary storage on this MacBook can’t be upgraded.

For connectivity and battery, it comes with a 39.7Wh battery which should give you up to 9 hours on normal use. It also comes with a single USB Type-C port, earphone port, and other connectivity ports.

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MacBook (Retina 12 inch, 2016 variant)

With the new MacBook came lots of improvement in terms of speed and efficiency, still the same 8GB RAM but a much faster intel processor and graphics card – the Intel Core m3 (M3-6Y30) and the Intel HD graphics 515.

Battery life is also much better as this variant of the MacBook comes with a 41.4 lithium polymer battery which should last you about 11 hours on normal usage. The secondary storage has been reduced also for increased speeds – it’s now half of that of its predecessor (256GB SSD).

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MacBook (Retina 12 inch, 2017 variant)

As at the time of writing culminating this list, this is the last MacBook in this series and there’s little to suggest when the next MacBook will be launched, while we wait for it, let’s see what this has in stock for us.

This is the thinnest MacBook so far, but asides aesthetics the device packs 8 gigabytes of RAM with 256GB SSD ROM (1151/1544 MBps read and write speeds respectively). Unlike its predecessor, the RAM could be upgraded to 16GB but only at the time of purchase.

The battery life and capacity remain unchanged, but there are a much faster processor and graphics card.

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Apple Laptops Price– All MacBook Air Prices

After the MacBook, the next in the hierarchy is the series which was also started in 2009. The MacBook Air as the name suggest give you much more in terms of performance than the MacBook, but it packs all its goodies in a much thinner and lighter package.

Each version of the MacBook Air comes with two display sizes – 13 and 11 inches respectively. They are all powered by Apple’s Mac OS and comes with a much better display and processing power.

MacBook Air (2009)

The MacBook Air Core 2 Duo marks the beginning of the Airline in the MacBook family. Launched together with the MacBook, the MacBook Air gives you a different laptop experience entirely.

This laptop comes packed with 2GB RAM and 128GB SSD ROM, a dual-core intel processor, two USB 2.0 ports, wireless connectivity, and 4 hours lasting 40 Wh battery. This is isn’t the thinnest of MacBook Air, but Apple did a nice job in compressing all the components into a sleek package.

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MacBook Air (13 and 11 inches, 2010)

The second MacBook Air series was launched in the last Q of 2010 with two screen sizes – 13 and 11 inches. Both laptops have many similarities but just a few differences – in fact just three differences which are secondary storage, battery capacity, and processor speeds.

They both came with 2GB of RAM which could be upgraded to 4 at the time of purchase, NVIDIA GeForce 320 graphics card, two USB 2.0 ports, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi connectivity and Mac OS 10 operating system.

For the differences, the 13″ variant has two models for secondary storage, 128GB, and 256GB – the 11″, 64GB, and 128GB. The 13″ has a much better battery capacity – 71Wh and 35Wh lithium-ion battery.

Price of MacBook Air (13” and 11”, 2010)

MacBook Air (13 and 11 inches, 2011)

Continuing in the series, we see new changes – a much improved Bluetooth technology (Bluetooth 4.0). Also, the NVIDIA GeForce graphics wasn’t used, rather it was the Intel HD graphics processor.

Most of the specs from the previous year were continued, but the 13 inches variant now has a 50Wh battery capacity. Both laptops use a much faster Intel core i5 processor.

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MacBook Air (13 and 11 inches, 2012)

One major change was made in this new line of the MacBook Air – the new USB 3.0 connectors which promises faster transfer and charge speeds. Another difference here is a much better RAM (4GB) which will cost you $100 to upgrade at the time of purchase but not later.

Secondary storage, Bluetooth technology, system architecture, and battery remain unchanged from its predecessor.

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MacBook Air (13 and 11 inches, 2013)

By mid-2013, Apple announced the new MacBook Air but with no major upgrade. This year, there was no difference in secondary storage as both PCs come with 128GB and 256GB SSD, RAM remains at 4GB but can be upgraded to 8GB as at when purchased.

They both come with two USB 3.0 ports, 54Wh, and 38Wh lithium-polymer battery for the 13″ and 11″ variant respectively.

Price of MacBook Air (13 and 11 inches, 2013)

MacBook Air (13 and 11 inches, 2014)

The next PC from Apple after the MacBook Air 2013 is the 2014 version. It was introduced the next year and still retains most of the specifications – 2GB RAM with 128GB/256GB ROM options, a 64 bits Intel core i5 processor with Intel HD graphics processor.

The battery capacity is still retained in this year’s PCs, a 38 watt per hour battery is what you get for the baseline version, and 54 watts per hour for the larger screen variant.

Price of MacBook Air (13 and 11 inches, 2014)

MacBook Air (13 and 11 inches, 2015)

It didn’t take long till Apple announced the new set of MacBook Air, the tech giants still didn’t make any significant changes in this iteration as all the internal specifications remained the same.

The design was improved and looked more stylish than its predecessor, and also this model came with an improved Mac OS X, and a much faster Intel 6000 HD graphics processor.

Price of MacBook Air (13 and 11 inches, 2015)

MacBook Air (13 inches, 2017)

So, after two years of silence from Apple, the tech giants released the next Air! Some key things to note; Apple now focused on producing just 13 inches retina displays.

The quiet release saw the introduction of a much better MacBook with a 1.8 GHz Intel processor, 8GB of primary storage, 128GB, or 256GB ROM. The improved processor and OS meant a much better battery as the 54Wh could last you for up to 12 hours on normal use.

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MacBook Air (Retina 13 inch, 2018)

There was no release from Apple until late 2018 where they announced the 2018 version of the MacBook Air.

8GB RAM and a 128GB or 256GB of secondary storage, two thunder-bolts USB type-C connector ports, Bluetooth 4.0, and an improved Intel UHD graphics processor. The primary and secondary storage can only be upgraded at the time of purchase and not after.

The battery is a 50.3 W/h li-polymer cell with a thunderbolt USB-C for fast charging.

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MacBook Air (Retina 13 inch, 2019)

This is the last variant in the Air series, (as at when writing). A true-tone retina display with the webcam for Facetime, Intel UHD graphics processor, Intel core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, 128GB, or 256GB of SSD ROM.

This PC is pretty light and comes with an external case, a USB Thunderbolt connector for charging and file transfers, it also combines the processor and the OS X operating system for much better operation.

Price of MacBook Air (Retina 13 inch, 2019)

Apple Laptops Price – MacBook Pro Series Prices

The MacBook Pro is the premium brand in the MacBook family, all the best features you could get on a PC, you would find on the ‘Pros’.

In the last ten years, Apple has released many variants of the MacBook Pro with sublime features.

MacBook Pro (15 and 17 inches, 2008)

By 2008, Apple launched the first MacBook Pro PC in two screen variants – 15 and 17 inches.

The devices come with 4GB of RAM, 64 bits Intel dual-core processor, 54Wh battery capacity, and the NVIDIA GeForce graphics card.

For the PC with the larger screen, it comes with two secondary storage models – 256GB and 320GB. Another difference is the 68Wh battery which offers up 5 hours usage on normal use.

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MacBook Pro (13, 15, and 17 inch – 2009)

In the next Pro release, the firm released 3 models. There are many improvements and more features in this year’s variants.

The primary storage is the same across the board, but secondary storage has variations, 250GB, 320GB, and 500GB of onboard storage. The battery capacity for the baseline variant is 63. 5Wh, while the 15 and 17 packs 70Wh and 90Wh respectively.

Price of MacBook Pro (13, 15 & 17 Inches – 2009)

MacBook Pro (13, 15, and 17 inch – 2010)

A year later, another set of MacBook Pro with virtually the same specifications as the predecessor. The major difference is in the battery capacities, as there were increments in the capacity.

Aside from this, the design was much better and improved, sleeker and thinner than the earlier variants

Price of MacBook Pro (13, 15 & 17 Inches – 2010)

MacBook Pro (13, 15, and 17 inch – 2011)

It’s been three years down and Apple still continued with the HDD line, with the 13” spotting 320GB of storage space, 500GB, 750GB for the 15” and 17”. They all come with an Intel HD graphics card, 3 USB 2.0 ports, and a thunderbolt port.

Bluetooth 3.0 connector, Wi-Fi connectivity, and more. The battery capacities in these PCs are 95, 77.5, and 63.5 watts per hour for the top to the least variant.

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MacBook Pro (13 and 15 inch – 2012)

In 2012, Apple stopped the triple model system, thereby making only two devices – 13” and 15”.

The 13” comes with an Intel Core i5 processor, while its sibling uses Intel core i7 processor with 8GB RAM, 750GB HDD hard disk, Bluetooth 4.0, two USB 3.0 ports, a thunderbolt port, and a 77.5 watts per hour battery.

The RAM is half that of its elder sibling but has a 500GB ROM, the same amount of ports and connectivity options, and a 63.5Wh battery capacity.

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MacBook Pro (13 and 15 inch – 2013)

The year 2013 marked the change in events for MacBook, specifically the use of a much faster SSD hard disk, faster processor, and much bigger RAM.

The specs include; two USB 3.0 ports, Bluetooth 4.0 technology, a single HDMI port, 8GB of RAM which could be upgraded to 16GB at point of purchase, 256GB for the 15” and 128GB/256GB for the baseline variant.

As always, the baseline variant has a lesser capacity than the 15” which comes with a 95 watts per hour battery capacity and a MagSafe-2 power adapter.

Price of MacBook (13 and 15” – 2013)

 MacBook Pro (13 and 15 inch – 2014)

2014 saw some improvements in the design schemes of the MacBook Pro, both 13″ and 15″ has some nice features you’ll surely love.

The much bigger screen Pro comes equipped with 16GB RAM, 512GB of flash storage, NVIDIA GeForce 750M graphics processor, with the Intel Iris pro processor.

For the 13″, you get 8GB of RAM, 128GB/256GB ROM models, Intel Iris processor – all powered by a 71.8 Wh battery. Both variants come with two USB 3.0 ports, Bluetooth 4.0 technology, a thunderbolt port, and expandable storage ability.

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MacBook Pro (13 and 15 inch – 2015)

2015 came and the next Pro was launched in Q1 of 2015. The 13″ and 15″ still retained the same specs as its predecessor with few differences.

We had an increment in the battery of both variant as the 13″ and 15″ packs 74.9 and 99.5 watts per hour batteries respectively. The 15″ now used the Radeon R9 graphics card while the baseline model retained the Intel Iris.

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MacBook Pro (13 and 15 inch – 2016)

By 2016 we saw some major changes in the Pro line. Although primary storage configuration still remained unchanged, secondary storage specs for the 13″ is locked at 256GB, while the 15″ has been 256GB and 512GB model.

This year saw the introduction of Bluetooth 4.2 technology which is available to both devices, 4 “thunderbolt 2″ ports and a MagSafe-2 power adapter. They both retained processors and graphics cards with little improvements. Battery specs are 76Wh and 54.5Wh for the 15″ and 13” respectively.

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MacBook Pro (13 and 15 inch – 2017)

The production of the MacBook Pro continued up until 2017 where we witnessed slight changes to previous PCs.

This year, the 15″ comes with 16GB RAM, 512MB SSD ROM, a huge trackpad with haptic feedback, four thunderbolts 3 ports and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

The 13″ has two iterations – the 128GB and 256GB, with both having 8GB RAM with an Intel Iris Pro processor. Battery life for 2017 MacBook Pros is much better as they both have a 76Wh and 54.5Wh battery capacity.

Price of MacBook Pro (13 and 15 inch – 2017) are;

MacBook Pro (13 and 15 inch – 2018)

By this year, Apple made the MacBook Pro look more like an Alienware with mind-blowing specs.

The 15″ model has a whopping 16GB RAM which could be upgraded to 32 only at the time of purchase, 256GB ROM, AMD Radeon 555X graphics card, Intel Core i7 processor, four thunderbolts 3 ports – all powered by 86Wh li-polymer battery.

The base Model has two secondary storage variants – 256GB and 512GB, Intel Core i5 processor, the Intel Iris Pro graphics processor, two USB ports, all powered by its 58Wh battery.

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MacBook Pro (13, 15, and 16 inch – 2019)

This is the last release of the MacBook Pro – the 2019 variant. The MacBook Pro 2019 come in 3 models, 16″, 15″, and 13″.

The 16 inch is somewhat special but comes after the 15″ in terms of sophistication. The 15 and 16 has the same amount of primary storage and secondary storage, but the latter could be expanded to 64GB, while the former, 32GB. They all use Intel processors – the 15″ spotting a core i9, 16″, and core i7 and core i5 for the 13″.

The 13″ has a 256GB and 512GB variant, while the other two comes with 512GB which could be expanded up to 4TB. The 16″ MacBook marks the first Apple PC to be powered by a 100Wh battery, the 15 and 13 are powered by 83.6Wh and 58Wh batteries respectively.

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All the conclusion – Price of Apple Laptops, MacBook Price

These are all MacBook releases from Apple and their respective prices. What do you think?

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