These M1 MacBook Pro deals are lowest yet: Save up to $150

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Right now, we're seeing the best M1 MacBook deals since the lightning-fast laptop was released in November last year. Perhaps it's because of the recent Apple announcements of new iPad and iMacs? It's hard to say exactly why. But what we're certain of is that deals like this $100 saving on the M1 MacBook Air – now only $899 over at B&H Photo, is the best yet. 

Sizeable price knockdowns on Apple products are rare, so rock bottom prices should be snapped up while they last. And right now, the prices have been slashed on MacBook M1 models in both the US and UK.


MacBook Air M1: $999 $899 at B&H Photo
Save $100:
This is the best price we've seen on the 2020 MacBook Air model, with the super fast M1 chip. We've seen the price drop at B&H Photo and, briefly, at Amazon. Or choose to get the Gold, and Space Grey versions.


MacBook Pro M1: $1,299 $1,149 B&H Photo
Save $150:
Get the 13.3-inch, Silver 256GB, 8GB RAM, MacBook Pro with Apple's M1 chip, 18 hours of battery and fast processing speeds with a decent discount. This 2020 model is lighting fast, and beautiful to boot.  


MacBook Air M1: £999 £902 at Amazon
Save £97:
Choose the 13-inch, 256GB MacBook Air with Apple's groundbreaking M1 chip, 18 hours of battery and fast processing speeds and get it at the lowest price we've seen. This is the November 2020 model and comes in Silver finish.


MacBook Pro M1: £1,299 £1,152 at Amazon
Save £147:
Splash out on a 13-inch M1 256GB MacBook Pro with a whopping £147 off! Complete with 20 hours of battery life an 8-core CPU and 16-core Neural Engine, it comes in Space Grey. Click through for more offers on different configurations.

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Beren Neale
Ecom Editor

Beren has worked on creative titles at Future Publishing for over 13 years. Cutting his teeth as Staff Writer on the digital art magazine ImagineFX, he moved on to edit several creative titles, and is currently the Ecommerce Editor on the most effective creative website in the world. When he's not testing and reviewing the best ergonomic office chairs, phones, laptops, TVs, monitors and various types of storage, he can be found finding and comparing the best deals on the tech that creatives value the most.