Amazon today opened up new sales on the latest models of the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air, with discounts starting as low as $899.99 for the MacBook Air and $1,099.99 for the MacBook Pro.

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Across the board, all models listed below are the lowest price that we have ever tracked among the major Apple resellers online. Be sure to head to Amazon to check out the discounts before they expire.

13-Inch MacBook Pro

For the MacBook Pro sale, Amazon is discounting the new models from Mid 2019, all focused on 13-inch sizes. Best Buy is matching the prices of these models, and offers a few discounts on alternate color options as well.

13-Inch MacBook Air

You can also save on a few models of the latest MacBook Air, starting as low as $899.99 for the 128GB configuration.

macbook air 2019

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Top Rated Comments

Spock Avatar
35 months ago
It still amazes me that in 2019 Apple thinks it’s okay to charge that much money for 128 gigs of storage. It’s insulting really.
Score: 19 Votes (Like | Disagree)
BWhaler Avatar
35 months ago
Junk keyboards = laptop that is not to be trusted = Don’t buy at any price

Apple no longer makes laptops worth buying. Let’s hope that changes in 2020. (And not just the keyboards, but the junk camera on MBA, etc.) Oh, and get Catalina to be a stable operating system. The real reason we buy Macs is for MacOS, and it’s no longer good. Be a shame to finally, after years of stubbornness from Apple to get the hardware fixed only to be still unable to buy because MacOS is no longer able to be trusted with your workflow.

It’s amazing that using old Mac hardware and old MacOS is now the smart pro move.
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Soccertess Avatar
35 months ago

Holy ****, the trolls are en masse and bored.
no, just a lot of frustrated Apple users who are standing up for themselves.

If you don’t trust the screaming hoards of angry customers, look at laptop sales numbered.

Timmy probably thought it was really funny that so many people had faulty keys and the amount they had to pay for key repairs. That’s why he took forever to acknowledge the issue. But he is still laughing as he is killing it in dongle revenue.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
turbineseaplane Avatar
35 months ago

no, just a lot of frustrated Apple users who are standing up for themselves.
Precisely. The “trolls” are largely just very frustrated long time Apple customers who are sick about where Tim has taken some of the product lines.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
LuciusWrong Avatar
35 months ago
Maybe reason the launch of the 16" machine is delayed is because they know nobody will buy a 2019 once the new machine launches?

As those who have been watching this for awhile will no doubt recall, there was a time, not so long ago, when B&H was selling new 2017s, 2018s, and 2019s side by side.

Part of the reason was that Apple hates to give a significant discount to move product. But at the same time, the $300 off on MBP has been with us since last Christmas!

Guess what? I still havent bought one. And i wont, until it had a usable keyboard. I dont even mean sticking keys...because to me, the 2019 keyboard feels like every key is stuck!
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Mick-Mac Avatar
35 months ago
Hopefully this is a clearance to make way for MacBook Pros with a keyboard that doesn't suck. Please let it be!!
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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