Apple changed its high end approach and began shifting to offering more affordable prices. The iPhone 5C is one of the best examples. Likewise, the company has also been working on bringing more affordable computer products. In a report by AppleInsider, seems like the tech giant is slashing off prices of its MacBook Pro and MacBook Air devices to make way for the latest 2013 MacBook Pro.
AppleInsider has joined forces with reseller B&H to provide one of the best and affordable deals on MacBook products. The exclusive deal covers entry-level 11-inch MacBook Air plus the fully loaded and latest version of the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display.
Consumers can now find an 11-inch Apple MacBook Air (Mid-2012) starting $799.
Initially, B&H offers readers of AppleInsider the mid-2012 11.6-inch MacBook Air running on a 1.7GHz Intel Core i5 processor. This also comes with a 64GB solid-state drive (MD223LL/A) and 4GB of RAM for only $799. This is less than $200 of the original price of the device. Likewise, it is also around $20 more affordable than the lowest offer on the market yet.
Those looking for a good 13-inch MacBook Pro Retina deal will also be delighted with this exclusive deal. The device is now available for only $1799. The authorized reseller of Apple is also readers of AI, a better and more top notch version of the latest 12.3" MacBook Pro with Retina display. The device runs on a .5GHz Intel Core i5 dual-core processor complete with 8GB of 1600MHz DDR3L RAM as well as 768GB Flash Storage (MD2132LL/A).
All of these just for $1799, this is $600 more affordable than the original selling price of the device. So far, Apple Insider reported that it is the most affordable offer on the market. The exclusive deals only cover existing inventory. Certain rules apply including the validity of the discount according to the link provided on Apple Insider.
Consumers can also enjoy additional perks and savings depending on their eligibility. The reseller is also giving additional incentives especially applicable to the Mac stocks the company has. These include:
- No shipping on almost all Mac prodders
- Processing of orders outside the United States
- AppleCare 3-Year protection plan
The deals only emphasize the tech giant's move to sell out all existing inventory to make way for a possibly new supply of stocks.
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