Apple starts selling refurbished Apple M1-based MacBook Airs at deep discounts

Apple starts selling refurbished Apple M1-based MacBook Airs at deep discounts

On November 10, Apple released its latest MacBook Air based on the company’s proprietary Apple M1 SoC. Less than four months later, refurbished Apple M1-based MacBook Airs went on sale on Apple’s official website.

Three different configurations of MacBook Air are available to users. The version with an 8-core CPU and a 7-core GPU, 8GB of RAM and 256GB on an SSD costs $ 1,050. A version with an 8-core CPU and an 8-core GPU, 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD is offered for $ 1,300. The older version with 8 GB of RAM and a 1 TB SSD is available for $ 1,500.

Compared to newer versions, prices have been reduced by over $ 150. Refurbished devices are completely cleaned, with a new case, screen, battery and other items if necessary. In addition, buyers receive a one-year warranty, new cable and charger.

At the end of February, we recall that refurbished MacBook Pro 13 laptops based on the Apple M1 single-chip system appeared on the Apple website, which can be purchased at a noticeable discount.

Apple starts selling refurbished Apple M1-based MacBook Airs at deep discounts

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