However, it seems strange that Apple – a company known for its laser-focused attention to detail – could accidentally charge half price RAM upgrades worldwide in the weeks following the launch of a new laptop model.
With the latest price tweak, the costlier RAM upgrades for the MacBook Pro are more in-line with the other machines from the Apple Store.
Apple charges £200 to upgrade from 8GB to 16GB on its other macOS devices, including the recently-upgraded MacBook Air and iMac.
If you decided not to plump for the shiny new laptop when it launched back in May, you might regret it – as Apple has doubled the cost of upgrading the RAM inside the machine.
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