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I have 2 512gb tMBP. What to do

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I have 2 2016 MacBook Pro with touch bar.. 512 gigabyte. I really only use 1.. I only technically paid full price for 1.. I was able to go get the upgrade for replacing the battery a couple of months ago on the 2013 MacBook. And to be honest. That computer has just been sitting there collecting dust.

The other day, I got low storage notification and basically computer was almost unusable. I’m not sure what to do.. I ended buying 1tb of iCloud storage. So I have all my photos and documents etc backed up now and that has opened up loads of space on computer.. I think I have close to 200 gigs free now between that and deleting other various things off my computer.

My question to you all is.. should I sell both computers for roughly $2000 a piece and just buy a 2tb MacBook Pro.. or just stick with what I got? And just embrace the cloud.

Part of me feels that getting the 2tb MacBook Pro is the way to go.. it’s just very hard to spend over $4000 on a MacBook... that only has 16 gigs of ram.. I think I would fully do it if it had 32 gigs of ram.. I feel like that computer could easily last the next 6-7 years.

 


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