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Original poster
Apr 12, 2001

Apple's 256GB 13.6-inch M2 MacBook Air is being discounted to $929.00 today on B&H Photo, down from $1,099.00. This sale is only available on B&H Photo as of writing, and you can get free two-day shipping on all versions of the computer.

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At $170 off this beats B&H Photo's previous discount from August by $20 and is an overall solid second-best price on the 256GB notebook. All four colors are available at this price: Space Gray, Silver, Midnight, and Starlight.

Additionally, you can get the 512GB M2 13.6-inch MacBook Air on sale at B&H Photo. This model has hit $1,199.00, down from $1,399.00, which is an all-time low price. It's available in Midnight, Starlight, and Silver.

Head to our full Deals Roundup to get caught up with all of the latest deals and discounts that we've been tracking over the past week.

Article Link: Deals: Get Up to $200 Off the 13.6-Inch M2 MacBook Air, Starting at $929


macrumors G3
May 25, 2004
I'll take a new M3 13" MacBook Air to replace my M2 one....Best apple purchase in recent years.


macrumors 6502a
Jan 2, 2008
Los Angeles, CA
Which laptop is the better value??



macrumors regular
Jul 16, 2012
Look I love apple products and I cannot deny it. I just cannot believe that in 2023 apple still goes for such low SSD capacity wow. Really? 256GB? This was ok back in 2010, in 2023 I expect a machine to have 2TB - 4TB or greater, with new iPhones taking higher quality photos and videos the storage capacity in these laptops should be greater (That is just one example). All photos I have taken that I keep stored from 2010 to 2020 are about 480GB. I know this stuff is meant to be kept in the cloud or on a separate back up drive but lets say I want to back up my 1TB iphone on the computer to go thru the pictures, edit the ones I like etc etc. You will have quite a pickle with only 256GB - 512GB storage and this is for the casual user like me.


Moderator emeritus
Jun 25, 2002
Since I couldn't replace any parts, I went for everything I could get when I bought an M1 MacBook Air.

Previously, I'd buy what i needed and replace RAM or SSD later. I can't imagine buying a small drive when you're stuck with it, and all you can do is buy another machine.

Darth Tulhu

macrumors 68020
Apr 10, 2019
Best computer out there for consumers, hands down.

The M2 MBA is perfect. This is Apple butting up against the laws of physics... I don't see anything but diminishing returns on future iterations.

I got a 13", 1TB, 24GB RAM version, so it'll be the only Mac I'll need for 10 years, or until it dies (like my trusty, BELOVED 17" MBP).

Would have bought the 15" if it was available, but that may have been a mistake.

I LOVE the portability of this thing. It basically replaced my 12.9" iPad Pro, and I positively LOVE my iPad Pro.

Together, they're HEAVEN.
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