The new and improved MacBook Air is priced at just $999/£999/AU$1,599 for the 256GB version, which is $100 cheaper than its predecessor. The MacBook Air 2020 price is not only more affordable, but you're also getting a more powerful machine with twice the storage, and a new magic keyboard.
While we mentioned that the MacBook Air is available to order now, you can only purchase it online from Apple.com in the US (opens in new tab), UK (opens in new tab), and Australia (opens in new tab). Apple's press release stated that it would also be available in stores starting next week, but that might be delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
If you'd like to get your hands on Apple's latest Macbook sooner than later, then see below for all the available information on the MacBook Air 2020 price and how to buy it.
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MacBook Air 2020 price: how much does it cost?
The 2020 MacBook Air has a starting price of $999/£999/AU$1,599 for the 256GB model, which comes with a dual-core 10th generation Intel Core i3 processor and 8GB of RAM. If you're interested in more storage, the 512GB MacBook Air is priced at $1,299/£1,299/AU$1,999 and packs a 10th generation quad-core Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB of RAM.
Apple's 2019 MacBook Air launched with a starting price of $1,099/£1,099/ AU$1,699 and came with half the storage (128GB). We're delighted that 2020 MacBook Air is not only a more powerful machine but also priced more affordably.
How to buy the MacBook Air 2020
You can order the 2020 MacBook Air online at Apple.com in the US (opens in new tab), UK (opens in new tab), and Australia (opens in new tab). Currently, you can't purchase it from other online retailers like Amazon and Best Buy, but we're hoping that becomes available soon.
Apple has stated that the all-new MacBook Air will also be available to purchase in stores next week, but with Apple stores closing around the country due to the coronavirus, this will probably be delayed. Delivery for the MacBook Air seems to be unaffected at the moment, but that could change in the coming days.
If you're interested in older MacBook Air models, you can see the best prices and deals that are currently available online.