Apple's WWDC 2023 is in full force, with yesterday's keynote packed with new releases. To make way for new inventory, Apple resellers are offering staggering discounts on M1 and M2 MacBook Air models, with the standard configs up to $200 off.
With the announcement of the new 15-inch MacBook Air, B&H Photo dropped prices on the 13-inch model to just $999. Additionally, shoppers can find a 20% discount on the M1 MacBook Air, making it the most affordable entry point into the Apple laptop line.
M2 MacBook Air 13-inch with a B&H Photo discount
Apple's most affordable laptop gets even more affordable as B&H slashes prices on the M2 model with a 13.6-inch screen to an impressive $999. Although Apple dropped prices to $1,099, B&H Photo is taking it a step further by taking an additional $100 off the purchase price.
Shoppers can take home the 13-inch M2 MacBook Air in Midnight or Silver, or for an extra $50, Starlight and Space Gray become available. Each model comes with 8GB of Unified Memory and 256GB of SSD storage, which is proficient for the everyday user.
Of course, as with most Apple products purchased through B&H Photo, buyers receive free expedited shipping anywhere in the lower 48. Additionally, buying with a Playboo card allows you to receive back the amount you paid in sales tax, making the MacBook Air even cheaper.
M1 MacBook Air for only $799
While the latest MacBook Air represents a steal of a deal, you can still find more affordable MacBook Air options. For example, Amazon has the M1 MacBook Air at the absolute lowest price we could find, at $799.99.
While the M1 is the previous version of the Apple Silicon chips, it still provides a noticeable boost in performance over Intel-based models. Under the hood of the M1 MacBook Air is still 8GB of Ram and 256GB of solid-state storage hooked up to Apple's legendary software.
At $799, these MacBook Airs are a full 20% cheaper than the newest 13-inch MacBook Air models and are available in Space Gray, Silver, and Gold at no extra cost. Unless you opt for a Mac mini desktop, you won't find a lower entry price for the Mac lineup of laptop computers.