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We trade-in different MacBook Pros on a daily basis. Below is a list of the most popular ones (with their trade-in prices).
MacBook Pro Retina 13″ (2012-2015)
2.9GHz Intel Quad Core i5/8GB/SSD 256GB PCl-e/GRADE A
Trade-in price: $ 480.00
MacBook Pro Retina 15″ (2012-2015)
2.4Ghz Intel Quad Core i7/8GB/SSD 128GB/GRADE A
Trade-in price: $ 730.00
MacBook Pro Original 17″ (2006-2008)
2.5GHz Intel Core 2 Duo/4GB/320GB/GRADE A
Trade-in price: $ 107.50
You can sell your MacBook Pro for up to $1570. Quote now
The MacBook Pro is part of a line of laptop computers from Apple, initially released in 2006. The MacBook Pro replaced the PowerBook G4, and is at the higher end of the line of MacBook computers. The MacBook Pro differed from the PowerBook G4 because it used Intel Core CPUs instead of the PowerPC G4 chips.
With the introduction of the second design in 2008, the MacBook Pro got an upgrade to an aluminum unibody enclosure with a design that was similar to the MacBook Air. The high gloss screen had a reflective glass finish. There was another option for an anti-glare matte option on the 15 and 17 inch models.
In mid- 2012, the next design generation was released. The Retina included the Core i7 processors and an improved resolution in an aluminum enclosure. There was also an added Thunderbolt port and an HDMI port.
On October 27, 2016 Apple announced the fourth generation of MacBook Pro. It is to have 13 and 15 inch screen options. The enclosure will continue to be all metal and unibody, but the size and weight has been reduced. All ports are being replaced with the USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports, and the touchpads are to be 46% larger than previous models.