MacBook Air has been updated with the addition of True Tone to the Retina Display. But the biggest change it all to do with price, with a more affordable price tag and bigger savings for University.
Pricing of the two MacBook Air models has been cut by A$150. Making the price of the entry-level model with 128GB of SSD storage a recommended retail price (RRP) of A$1,699. There is also an option to purchase a model with 256GB of SSD storage for A$1,999.
The news gets better for those who are eligible for Apple’s Educational Pricing Offer. Because Apple has cut the price by a further A$150 on top of the new prices. Bringing the prices down to just A$1,549 and A$1,849 respectively. Previously Apple offered A$80 off, making the student price almost twice as good as before.
Pricing and savings
The recommended retail price (RRP) and educational pricing for all models are as follows:
MacBook Air with 128GB storage:
RRP: A$1,699 (was A$1,849)
Educational price: A$1,549 (was A$1,799)
MacBook Air with 256GB storage:
RRP: A$1,999 (was A$2,149)
Educational price: A$1,849 (was A$2,069)
All models can be ordered with free, fast delivery and 14-day returns from Apple’s online store. University Students and Teachers can access special pricing by shopping at Apple’s online store for Education. Pricing can be compared here.