Refurbished M1 MacBook Air Now Being Sold at Apple’s Online Store, Starting at $849


Shortly after Apple started selling refurbished M1 MacBook Pro models, the company has now listed several M1 MacBook Air versions on its online store. Where a brand new machine will set you back by $999, you just have to spend $849 on the base model, resulting in savings of $150. Apple is also selling Intel-fueled versions of the MacBook Air, so we’ll make things easier for our readers if they wish to pick one of these up.

In total, there are five refurbished M1 MacBook Air models available on Apple’s online store, and they are sold in gold, silver, and space gray finishes. As for the configurations, those details are listed below.

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  • 8-core CPU, 7-core GPU, 8GB unified RAM, 256GB SSD for $849 [Original price $999]
  • 8-core CPU, 7-core GPU, 16GB unified RAM, 256GB SSD for $1019 [Original price $1,199]
  • 8-core CPU, 8-core GPU, 8GB unified RAM, 512GB SSD for $1059 [Original price $1,249]
  • 8-core CPU, 8-core GPU, 16GB unified RAM, 512GB SSD for $1229 [Original price $1,449]
  • 8-core CPU, 8-core GPU, 16GB unified RAM, 1TB SSD for $1399 [Original price $1,649]

As you can see, there are lots of savings to be had when you purchase a refurbished M1 MacBook Air. However, what are the advantages of getting one from Apple’s online store. Well, the experience is vastly different. According to the company, all of its refurbished products go through a ‘rigorous’ refurbishment process while also providing customers with a 1-year limited warranty covering manufacturing defects.

AppleCare can also be purchased with the refurbished M1 MacBook Air. You also have a 14-day return window from the date of purchase. What this means is that if, for some reason, you’re not satisfied with your refurbished M1 MacBook Air, bring it back in its original state, and you’ll receive a complete refund for your troubles.

Looking at the perks and savings you get from getting a refurbished M1 MacBook Air, would you buy one soon? Tell us down in the comments.

News Source: Apple