Some Apple products were previously available from the online shopping giant, but in most cases the items were sold through third-party sellers rather than Amazon itself. While most of Apple’s products are now being sold through the official store, there’s no sign of the iPhone yet.
With Amazon’s propensity for frequent discounts, we’re hoping to see more of Apple’s items available for less. In fact, Amazon has already taken 10% off a selection of MacBooks, including the latest MacBook Air and MacBook Pro.
While 10% off may not seem like much, it’s about the standard discount for these premium Apple products. On a rare occasion, you might be lucky enough to find them discounted by 15%.
- Apple MacBook Air M1 | 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD |
AU$1,499AU$1,349 (save AU$150)
- Apple MacBook Pro M1 | 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD |
AU$1,899AU$1,709 (save AU$190)
- Apple MacBook Pro | Intel i5 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD |
AU$2,699AU$2,429 (save AU$270)
It’s not just the MacBooks that are on sale though, if you’re after a set of iOS-friendly earbuds, the AirPods (2019) and AirPods Pro can be snapped up with a solid discount at the moment. Both of these true wireless ‘buds come with good sound quality, though the Pro model does boast a better fit and active noise cancellation.
- Apple AirPods Pro |
AU$399AU$295 (save AU$104)
- Apple AirPods (2019) with charging case |
AU$249AU$188 (save AU$61)
While the discount isn’t quite as good, a few iPads have also seen a small drop in price. These premium tablets are powered by Apple’s own M1 silicon – which is the same chipset at the heart of Apple’s latest MacBooks. The new hardware gives the iPads phenomenal power, and we’re big fans of their wonderfully bright displays.
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