Entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro memory upgrade doubles in price


If you were gearing up to purchase an entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro this week, be prepared for a shock. The relatively cheap and desirable upgrade to 16GB of RAM doubled in price over the weekend.

As MacRumors reports, when the 2020 model of the 13-inch MacBook Pro launched last month, it was offered in two forms: an entry-level spec using an 8th gen Intel chips, and a high-end model using Intel’s latest 10th gen chips. The entry-level model ships with 8GB of RAM as standard, but can be upgraded to 16GB for just $ 100. On Saturday, that changed, with the upgrade doubling in price to $ 200 without warning. Read more…

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