Apple’s all-new 15-inch M2 MacBook Air officially begins arriving tomorrow, and just a day ahead of time, is now going on sale. Courtesy of Amazon, you can now drop the entry-level 256GB configuration down to $1,234 shipped. That’s $65 off the usual $1,299 going rate and landing as an extension of the retailer’s first chance to save. This is also the only offer we’ve seen outside of Apple’s direct edu pricing on the most affordable model of Apple’s new release, while clocking in at $16 below the original pre-launch offer. Those who need extra storage can also save $49, as the 512GB configuration drops to $1,449.99. In either case, deliver is set for just a day after the Tuesday, June 13 launch.
The shiny new addition to the macOS roster arrives as the new 15-inch M2 MacBook Air. It takes everything that has made the 13-inch counterpart one of the most loved machines ever from Apple and sizes it up to a 15.3-inch Liquid Retina display with 500 nits of brightness, P3 wide color, and the new aspect ratio with notched webcam. It’s still a compact build that is as slim as they come while still sporting Apple Silicon performance and 18-hour battery life. We further breakdown the experience in our launch coverage, which is only made better by the savings today.
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