Macbook Pro Price In Rwanda

What is Macbook Pro?

The MacBook Pro is a line of Mac laptops made by Apple Inc. Introduced in January 2006, it is the higher-end lineup in the MacBook family, sitting above the consumer-focused MacBook Air.

It is currently sold with 13-inch, 14-inch, and 16-inch screens, all using Apple silicon M-series chips.

Macbook Pro Price In Rwanda

How much does the MacBook Air (2022) with the M2 chip-Base model cost in Rwanda?

A. Pricing on the MacBook Air M2 chip starts at RWF Fr 1221781 Rwandan franc for the version with an 8-core CPU, 8-core GPU, and 256GB SSD.

B. The MacBook Pro, the much higher-end model with an 8-core CPU, 10-core GPU, and 512GB SSD is available for RWF Fr 1527481 Rwandan franc.

How much does the maximum specked-out Mac book Pro M2 cost?

C. With 24GB unified memory with 2TB SSD storage capacity and 67W USB-C Power Adapter, it is priced in Rwanda cost: RWF Fr 2546481 Rwandan franc.

How long do MacBooks last?

We’d say five to eight years, but beware that you may not be able to replace any faulty parts in a Mac when more than five years have passed since Apple last sold it. Before you buy a new Mac, read our article about the best time to buy a Mac or MacBook.

How long can a MacBook Pro last without charging?

How long does a MacBook battery last on a single charge?

There’s no one answer for how long a Mac lasts on a single charge, as it’s dependent on the MacBook model and your usage.

However, you can check a table that shows an average of how long different models of MacBooks last on a full battery.

Battery Life Per Single ChargeMacBook Model
14-22 HoursM2 16-Inch MacBook Pro
11-18 HoursM2 14-Inch MacBook Pro
10-17 HoursM1 MacBook’s
8-14 HoursMacBook Air 2020
4-10 HoursMacBook Pro 13-Inch 2020
6-11 HoursMacBook Pro 16-Inch 2019
3-9 HoursMacBook Pro 13-Inch 2019

Now, you’ve got the gist of the average MacBook battery use per charge, we’re going to dive into how you can check your Mac’s battery health.

How to check your MacBook’s battery health?

Luckily, Apple makes it easy for you to check your Mac’s battery condition and the estimated time remaining on your Mac. All you need is to access Mac power settings, and we’ll discuss what to do next below.

Here’s how to check your MacBook’s battery health:

  1. Click the Apple logo in the top left
  2. Hold down the Alt/Option key and select System Information
  3. Select the Power tab in the left pane
  4. Under Health Information, you can find your MacBook battery cycle count, and you’ll either see a message saying ‘Normal: Your battery is functioning normally’ or you’ll have a message saying ‘Service Recommended,’ as it does above.