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8GB vs 16GB M1 MacBook — Does It Even Matter?

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The price difference between 8GB and 16GB on the new M1 MacBooks is £200. It’s a choice you need to get right first time, too, because there’s no user upgradability.

What a head-scratcher, right? Imagine if you bought the 8GB version only to find out later that you should have spent that extra £200…

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