A $5 iPhone is a bargain compared to a $50,000 MacBook Pro.
But is the bargain worth the extra expense?
That’s what we’re asking when we examine the Apple iPhone SE and MacBook Pro 12.
Apple introduced the SE in January 2016, and the new MacBook Pro comes out in October.
Apple has now introduced the 12, the biggest upgrade to the line-up since the introduction of the 15-inch MacBook Pro in 2011.
And it’s no surprise that both of these laptops are expensive, with a base price of $2,199 and $2:29, respectively.
If you’re looking for a bargain, though, look no further than the $5 Apple iPhone.
Both laptops feature Apple’s newest 12-inch OLED display and the best screen of any laptop to date, with its pixel density of 1,280 pixels per inch (PPI) at an IPS panel.
Apple’s iPhone SE comes in four colors, and is available in either white or black.
It costs $1,999, the cheapest of the three MacBook Pro models, but it offers the best hardware and the most powerful processor of any Apple laptop yet.
The MacBook Pro offers a more powerful Intel Core i7-2600U CPU with Turbo Boost up to 3.8GHz.
It also offers a 10.1-inch display, with an HD resolution of 2560×1440 pixels.
The iPhone SE has a 1.8-GHz Intel Core m3 processor and Intel HD Graphics 630, which are both rated at up to 1.6GHz.
Apple says the SE has an up to 5GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD, and 128GB of PCIe flash storage.
The SE is also the only laptop to feature a 3.5mm headphone jack, and there’s also an infrared port on the back.
The base model comes with 128GB and 256GB PCIe flash memory, as well as Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint reader.
The 12 also comes with a USB-C port and a 3MP front-facing camera.
All of these devices are $1 and up.
So, how much is a MacBook Pro?
The MacBook Air and MacBook Air Pro are two of the more expensive laptops you can buy.
They have larger displays, more RAM, and an upgraded processor.
The Apple MacBook Pro 13 has a 10-inch Retina Display and Intel Iris Pro 540 graphics.
The 13-inch model is available with 128 GB and 256 GB of PCIe memory.
It’s priced at $1.49 million and $1:29 million, respectively, for a base model and $3,799 and $4,199 for the SE and 12.
If the base model has an IPS display, the SE is the cheaper option, costing $1 more.
If that base model only comes with 256GB of storage, the 12 and SE are the best options, respectively; the MacBook Pro can be had for $1 less.
There are also two MacBook Pros that are much cheaper, but have similar specs.
Both are available with 256 GB and 512 GB of storage.
Both have a 1080p display, though.
The 11-inch Apple MacBook Air 13 and 15-incher come with 512GB and 512GB of memory.
The 15-inch MacBook Pro 11 has a 1440p display and an Iris Pro 5200 GPU.
Both come in 128GB or 256GB versions, respectively and can be found for $299 and $399, respectively for the base and SE models.
All three models have the same screen resolution and feature a touchscreen display.
Apple offers both a 10th-gen Intel Core processor and a 2.5GHz Intel Iris graphics, but there’s a slight difference in the processor and graphics.
There’s no option to add more RAM.
Both the 13 and the 15 models come with a 1TB PCIe flash drive and the same 256GB or 512GB PCIe storage.
There is a Thunderbolt 3 port on each laptop, and you can connect a Lightning-to-USB-C cable to either device.
The iPad Pro 12 comes with 512 GB and 1TB of storage on a single 256GB flash drive.
That model can be bought for $499.
Apple sells two iPads, one with 256 and 256G of RAM and another with 512 and 1 TB of RAM.
It sells for $699.
Apple also offers two MacBooks, one 256GB and one with 512.
Both models come in white, black, and silver.
Both run the latest processors, but they’re priced higher than the iPad Pro models.
The new MacBook Pros come with 128 and 256 gigs of RAM each, but the base models do not have 256 or 512 gigs of memory, so there’s no way to upgrade them to 256 or 256 gigs.
There aren’t any accessories included with either model, so you’ll have to buy one separately.