Laptops are expensive.
And for some students, the cost is just too high.
Apple recently introduced the Apple MacBook Pro, which costs $1 and can now be had for just $1.20.
But some students aren’t interested in the MacBook Pro.
Apple’s student laptops are becoming a lot less popular, according to a new report by MacRumors.
The report notes that Apple’s new MacBook Pro now sells for about $1 more than the Apple Macbook Air that came out just two years ago.
That’s a significant drop in price.
But for many students, Apple’s MacBook Pro is too pricey.
Some of these students want a more affordable option for their college education.
Students can still get a MacBook Pro for $1 less than the $1 they paid for it, but that’s because the $200 upgrade fee is waived.
The $1 MacBook Pro upgrade fee does not apply to students enrolled in the full-time degree program at UMass Amherst.
But the $100 price drop on the $2,800 price of the $400 MacBook Pro makes it hard to justify the extra cost, according the MacRumor report.
A $1 upgrade fee also is not applicable to students who purchase a new MacBook or MacBook Pro after they enroll in a course.
Students who buy a new Mac or MacBook at a lower price also do not need to pay a $1 Apple upgrade fee.
Apple has said that the Mac Pro upgrade fees are waived for students who take courses that require students to take courses with multiple instructors.
This new report, however, notes that students enrolled at UConn who are paying for courses with two instructors still are not eligible for the $3,400 Apple Mac Pro fee.
Students who are considering buying a MacBook or Apple MacBook are encouraged to consider purchasing a cheaper, refurbished MacBook Pro to save the extra money.
You can see more Apple MacBook Pros and Apple MacBooks in our review of the new MacBook.