What year was this MacBook Pro released?

  Charlotte Brett 14:12 05 Mar 2018
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Came across a reputable website selling a MacBook Pro I want, but it doesn't state what year it was released. Can anyone help? Here are the specs listed:

Display: 13" LED-backlit Retina display with IPS technology

Screen resolution: 2560x1600 native resolution at 227 pixels per inch with support for millions of colours

Supported scaled resolutions: 1680x1050; 1440x900; 1024x640

Processor: dual core Intel Core i5 processor

Memory: 8GB RAM

Hard disk drive: 256GB PCle-based flash storage

Graphics/sound card: Intel Iris Graphics 640

Operating system: macOS Sierra

Wireless connectivity: 802.11ac Wi Fi wireless networking; Bluetooth 4.2

Sound: bulit-in stereo speakers

Camera: FaceTime HD camera with up to 720p HD quality

Keyboard: Full-size backlit keyboard with: 64 (US) or 65 (ISO) keys including 4 arrow keys

Trackpad: Force Touch trackpad for precise cursor control and pressure-sensing capabilities; enables force clicks, accelerators, pressure-sensitive drawing and Multi-Touch gestures

Battery: up to 10 hours wireless web, up to 10 hours film playback, up to 30 days standby time

Software included: Mac App Store, Safari, Mail, Messages, Calender, Contacts, Reminders, Notes, Time Machine, FaceTime, Photo Booth, Game Center, iTunes, iLife (iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand) and more

Laptop (h x w x d): 1.5cm x 30.4cm x 21.2cm (0.6" x 11.9" x 8.4") Weight: 1.37 kg

Thankyou in advance!

  HondaMan 18:39 07 Mar 2018

Better buying from Apple, even a refurbished model would be safer and at least you get a warranty!

  bremner 18:49 07 Mar 2018

If new John Lewis is often better as it can offer two year warranty with no increase in price and interest free

  Charlotte Brett 19:31 07 Mar 2018

Thanks for the tip!

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