Deals: Amazon Takes Up to $150 Off M2 MacBook Air Models in Latest Sales
Amazon is discounting a large collection of M2 MacBook Air models today, including a new all-time low price on the 512GB model. All deals on the new MacBook Air notebooks can be found on Amazon, with B&H Photo matching sale prices for two configurations.
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Starting with the 256GB M2 MacBook Air, this model is priced at $1,099.00, down from $1,199.00. Amazon has this notebook in three colors (Midnight, Space Gray, and Starlight), while B&H Photo has the sale in two colors (Silver and Space Gray).
The 512GB M2 MacBook Air is available for $1,349.00, down from $1,499.00. Amazon has this deal in three colors (Silver, Space Gray, and Starlight), and it's a new all-time low price on the 2022 512GB MacBook Air.
You can find even more discounts on other MacBooks by visiting our Best Deals guide for MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. In this guide we track the steepest discounts for the newest MacBook models every week, so be sure to bookmark it and check back often if you're shopping for a new Apple notebook.
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I have a 16GB M1 Pro and an 8GB M2 Air. For general purpose computing (heavy MS Office use, browsing with a ton of tabs, email, Apple Photo editing) there is no difference between the two. The increased memory pressure does show up in Activity monitor, but the machine does not slow down at all.
Sure - the 8GB machine isn't suited for 8k video editing, running VMs, large hi-res photoshops, Logic Pro, but as an every day computer for general purpose computing it is excellent.
This 8GB fear mongering needs to stop. It's a perfectly fine amount of memory for this machine's target market.
Just last week, I scored a lot of 3 still in perfect condition 15 inch 2014 - 2015 MBP’s that were heading to ecycle. Restored my macOS Sierra Time Machine on one and so far impressed by how super fast it is. Got back my Photoshop CS6 btw.
Gonna upgrade it to Mojave and leave it that. Don’t know what I will do with the other two. Maybe install Mavericks on one and Monterrey on the other.
But it just goes to show a lot of this is planned obsolescence on Apple’s part. Apple could very well support every Mac sold in the last 10 to 12 years. The one I restored, I watched YouTube videos on it and it was buttery smooth.