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It's best to avoid buying any MacBook for now, new generation coming in Oct with considerably lower pricing most likely.
SantoshKaushik01/08/2020 14:09

It's best to avoid buying any MacBook for now, new generation coming in …It's best to avoid buying any MacBook for now, new generation coming in Oct with considerably lower pricing most likely.


While the ARM argument is valid, I wouldn’t recommend the General Consumer (for which the Air is made for) to hold off, until it has matured.
MThommmo01/08/2020 14:11

While the ARM argument is valid, I wouldn’t recommend the General Consumer …While the ARM argument is valid, I wouldn’t recommend the General Consumer (for which the Air is made for) to hold off, until it has matured.


Your point is valid. However if rumours are correct, new ARM based 12 inch MacBook might be best for a generic user, who is also target market for this MacBook Air. That's why I will suggest to wait and see what Apple announces in October.
SantoshKaushik01/08/2020 14:09

It's best to avoid buying any MacBook for now, new generation coming in …It's best to avoid buying any MacBook for now, new generation coming in Oct with considerably lower pricing most likely.


Unlikely to see considerably lower pricing on ARM laptops but we will soon see. I think Apple will just make more profit on each one.
SantoshKaushik01/08/2020 14:14

Your point is valid. However if rumours are correct, new ARM based 12 inch …Your point is valid. However if rumours are correct, new ARM based 12 inch MacBook might be best for a generic user, who is also target market for this MacBook Air. That's why I will suggest to wait and see what Apple announces in October.


Completely understandable, but App Compatibility is still somewhat of a Question Mark at the moment (Despite what they said at WWDC) so if you want a reliable experience I’d still suggest Intel for now.
lightwavin01/08/2020 14:15

Unlikely to see considerably lower pricing on ARM laptops but we will soon …Unlikely to see considerably lower pricing on ARM laptops but we will soon see. I think Apple will just make more profit on each one.


Rumours are £799/£899.
MThommmo01/08/2020 14:11

While the ARM argument is valid, I wouldn’t recommend the General Consumer …While the ARM argument is valid, I wouldn’t recommend the General Consumer (for which the Air is made for) to hold off, until it has matured.


I’d say the general consumer are the ones who will have the biggest return while suffering the least potential issues initially

You have to think that everything in Apple’s control will be really solid from day 1, Safari, GarageBand, Pages, Numbers etc which will cover all of the general consumers needs

The other people with more specifics requirements will be at more risk when they are relying on other developers I.e. I wouldn’t trust Adobe for a second until I’ve seen their releases
lightwavin01/08/2020 14:15

Unlikely to see considerably lower pricing on ARM laptops but we will soon …Unlikely to see considerably lower pricing on ARM laptops but we will soon see. I think Apple will just make more profit on each one.


Indeed, Apple has a philosophy of inflated pricing. However, I see rumours of 12 inch MacBook starting at $800. It could be highly speculative though at this stage.
danmancity01/08/2020 14:16

I’d say the general consumer are the ones who will have the biggest return …I’d say the general consumer are the ones who will have the biggest return while suffering the least potential issues initiallyYou have to think that everything in Apple’s control will be really solid from day 1, Safari, GarageBand, Pages, Numbers etc which will cover all of the general consumers needsThe other people with more specifics requirements will be at more risk when they are relying on other developers I.e. I wouldn’t trust Adobe for a second until I’ve seen their releases


Yup, fully agree. What a generic user needs, MacOS native apps will cover that.
MThommmo01/08/2020 14:16

Rumours are £799/£899.


Imagine the final price after applying education discount. This pricing will kill all Chromebook and entry level windows market
danmancity01/08/2020 14:16

I’d say the general consumer are the ones who will have the biggest return …I’d say the general consumer are the ones who will have the biggest return while suffering the least potential issues initiallyYou have to think that everything in Apple’s control will be really solid from day 1, Safari, GarageBand, Pages, Numbers etc which will cover all of the general consumers needsThe other people with more specifics requirements will be at more risk when they are relying on other developers I.e. I wouldn’t trust Adobe for a second until I’ve seen their releases


Very true, but even the General Consumer will likely use that one or two apps that may not be compatible from launch.

I think ARM is very very exciting, but wouldn’t recommend the General Consumer to be some of the first adopters.
SantoshKaushik01/08/2020 14:19

Imagine the final price after applying education discount. This pricing … Imagine the final price after applying education discount. This pricing will kill all Chromebook and entry level windows market


It will indeed and will last twice as long!
SantoshKaushik01/08/2020 14:19

Imagine the final price after applying education discount. This pricing … Imagine the final price after applying education discount. This pricing will kill all Chromebook and entry level windows market


I don't know much about laptops but ~£710 (Education discount is usually 10% for apple) seems a bit too expensive for entry level
SantoshKaushik01/08/2020 14:19

Imagine the final price after applying education discount. This pricing … Imagine the final price after applying education discount. This pricing will kill all Chromebook and entry level windows market


MThommmo01/08/2020 14:11

While the ARM argument is valid, I wouldn’t recommend the General Consumer …While the ARM argument is valid, I wouldn’t recommend the General Consumer (for which the Air is made for) to hold off, until it has matured.


The average Apple fanboy will only use it for insta anyway
gaz1232301/08/2020 15:15

The average Apple fanboy will only use it for insta anyway


Take your pointless comment elsewhere please.
MThommmo01/08/2020 14:16

Rumours are £799/£899.


Rumours that most likely won’t happen this year. Doubt it, probably an iMac but again doubt it. There are always a lot of rumours with Apple.
MThommmo01/08/2020 14:16

Rumours are £799/£899.


I can’t see it being below the price of a 12.9in iPad Pro (£969) myself but obviously just guessing.
Has this expired or am I doing it wrong?
jm108207/08/2020 13:09

Has this expired or am I doing it wrong?


Sorry it does seem to be expired. Updating now.
MThommmo01/08/2020 15:16

Take your pointless comment elsewhere please.


Obviously hit a nerve
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