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Best Macbook Deals (2023) September: save some money and get one

It can be difficult to determine which model of the MacBook Air or MacBook Pro is best for you given that both come in M1 and M2 variants. We have put almost every current model through rigorous testing and analysis.

by Edmund Blake & Charles Anders
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There are great deals on certain MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models right now that can save you up to $1,400. The powerful MacBook Pro 16 with the M1 Max Chip is priced at $3,499 at B&H, but you can get it for $1,400 less and save a lot of money. Even though MacBooks are more expensive, they are well-known for their great performance, long battery life, and sleek style.

But if the high price of the MacBook Pro makes you think twice, don’t worry. The entry-level Apple MacBook Air M2, which costs $1049 on Amazon, is still a great deal. This is a $150 savings, and it’s only $50 away from its all-time low price. The MacBook Air M2 has a beautiful 13.6-inch Liquid Retina display, an Apple M2 8-core processor, an 8-Core GPU, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD.

MacBook Pro 14″ (M2 Pro/512GB)

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About three months have passed since AppleInsider gave the M2 Pro-equipped 14-inch MacBook Pro a good review. Even after a few months, the powerhouse computer still looks brand new. In February, we took a look at the M2 Pro MacBook Pro 14-inch, which had just come out and was essentially an upgrade from the M1 Pro and M1 Pro Max. At the time, we thought it was “fine” because it had a good foundation.

It had a great design that was based on the style of its predecessor. It also had great specs and, thanks to M2 Pro, a huge amount of performance.This body is joined to a great 14.2-inch Liquid Retina XDR display, which has a high resolution of 3,024 by 1,964 and is more than enough for most people to work with. On top of ProMotion, the fact that it has a million-to-one contrast ratio and up to 1,600 nits of brightness for HDR video are both welcome features.

MacBook Pro 13″ (M2/256GB)

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The only difference between the 2022 MacBook Pro 13 and the 2020 version is the M2 processor, which is faster, more efficient, and helps the battery last up to 19 hours longer. This processor is offered at B&H. But its performance doesn’t blow away the more expensive MacBook Pro 14 with an M1 Pro processor, and the MacBook Air 2022 has a lot of advantages over the MacBook Pro 13’s unchanged body. You’ll miss out on the MacBook Air’s new look, bigger screen, 1080p camera, and physical function row.

The MacBook Pro 13 is now stuck in a strange place in Apple’s lineup. The 2022 M2 MacBook Pro 13 is available in a number of different ways, starting at $1,299. The M2 processor has 8 cores in all versions, but the graphics processor can have either 8 or 10 cores. In terms of memory, you can choose between 8GB, 16GB, and 24GB. The last thing you can change is the storage, which can be anywhere from 256GB to 2TB.

MacBook Air (M2/256GB)

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When it’s closed, the MacBook Air M2 is so thin that it could be confused for an iPad, especially if the Apple logo is showing. This notebook is that thin. With the lid open, this machine is only 0.44 inches thick, which makes a regular Bic pen look thick. Overall, the Air M2 is 20% smaller in size than the previous Air, but it has a larger 13.6-inch screen.

I’m not a fan of the notch at the top of the screen, which breaks the design by sliding down to the bottom of the Menu bar, but it didn’t get in the way of my day-to-day work. The 2.7-pound, all-aluminum body is strong and light, and I like how the smooth, rounded corners and prominent lip make this laptop easy to hold and open with one hand.

MacBook Air (M1/256GB)

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The M1 processor and 16GB of RAM in the MacBook Air give it a great speed. When I split its screen between 20 Chrome (Intel, not Universal) tabs and a 1080p YouTube movie, along with Apple’s Mail and Photos app, Pixelmator (also an Intel app), and 1Password (also an Intel app), I never saw anything close to a hiccup. Oh, and 20GB of 4K video was being sent through AirDrop in the background while everything stayed smooth and stable.

I even had time to play with iOS apps during a group call. I downloaded and opened the Overcast podcatcher, HBO Max, and the game Among Us. While a 4K YouTube video of a chef cooking played on my laptop screen, I played around with each of these apps so I could start an Adventure Time episode, download a podcast, and move my little Among Us guy around on screen. Yes, I can do many things at once.


Q: Can I find MacBook deals on Apple’s official website?

A: Yes, there are often deals and discounts on MacBooks on Apple’s main website. You should check their website often to see if there are any current deals or discounts. Apple also has special deals from time to time, like giving away Beats headphones when you buy a MacBook during certain times.

Q: Are there any specific websites or forums dedicated to finding MacBook deals?

A: Yes, there are websites and groups whose sole purpose is to find and share deals on MacBooks. MacRumors, Slickdeals, and Macworld are some of the most famous. Most of the time, these platforms have areas or threads where people talk about the best deals, discounts, and sales on MacBooks.

Q: Can I get a MacBook deal with financing or installment options?

A: Yes, you can pay for an Apple product with the Apple Card or the Apple Financing Program. Many approved resellers and online stores offer financing or payment plans for people who want to buy a MacBook. Before you choose a financing choice, be sure to check the terms and conditions, including the interest rates and any other fees.

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