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$5,000 For A MacBook? What To Make Of Apple’s New Laptops.

Sometimes, it feels like there’s no ceiling to Apple’s pricing.

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Would you pay $5,000 for a laptop? Apple is betting that some of us will. The company unveiled its new MacBook Pros on Monday, and the starting price is a whopping $1,999. With some customization, you can easily work your way up to double that number — or even

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