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ciarandanielbyrne117/12/2021 00:26

I wonder why we do not see many 16 GB RAM deals on M1 macbooks?


Someone correct me if I am wrong, but I am pretty sure retailers like Amazon and John Lewis only get the base models of the M1 Air (8GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, 7 Core GPU, and sometimes the 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 8 Core GPU).

Only Apple regularly sells other configurations, so the best deal you're going to get is to go for the refurbished units directly from Apple.
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    I think I saw for 819 on ebay deal mentioned on this forum..
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    I wonder why we do not see many 16 GB RAM deals on M1 macbooks?
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    ciarandanielbyrne117/12/2021 00:26

    I wonder why we do not see many 16 GB RAM deals on M1 macbooks?


    Its the best spec balance, so will always get people paying more
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    ciarandanielbyrne117/12/2021 00:26

    I wonder why we do not see many 16 GB RAM deals on M1 macbooks?


    16GB is too much on entry level macbooks like these. I have the Air M1 and use it for software development and sometimes video editing. I do use all the RAM but it is never a limiting factor.
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    Think you should add air to the title for clarity
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    What's the guarantee/warranty on these with Amazon and for how long, thinking if AppleCare is required? Thanks.
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    ciarandanielbyrne117/12/2021 00:26

    I wonder why we do not see many 16 GB RAM deals on M1 macbooks?


    Someone correct me if I am wrong, but I am pretty sure retailers like Amazon and John Lewis only get the base models of the M1 Air (8GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, 7 Core GPU, and sometimes the 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 8 Core GPU).

    Only Apple regularly sells other configurations, so the best deal you're going to get is to go for the refurbished units directly from Apple.
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    ciarandanielbyrne117/12/2021 00:26

    I wonder why we do not see many 16 GB RAM deals on M1 macbooks?


    Because 16 is only available as a BTO from Apple. Official refurbs pop up on their website for £1,019 fairly often.
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    BobbyBoy2117/12/2021 07:45

    What's the guarantee/warranty on these with Amazon and for how long, …What's the guarantee/warranty on these with Amazon and for how long, thinking if AppleCare is required? Thanks.


    Bought mine used from CEX with 24 month warranty
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    Bobef9017/12/2021 08:54

    Bought mine used from CEX with 24 month warranty


    Is the warranty thing same as AppleCare?

    My brother had MacBook with 3 year AppleCare and the MacBook died on him 2nd year, Apple couldn't fix it so they gave a new one.
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    Good price and heat, but if you want a two year in house warranty, its the same (well a quid cheaper) from John Lewis. You only get one year with Amazon or Apple.
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    Don’t know why this has got so much heat. I got the MacBook Air with the deal on here a couple of weeks ago for £829 plus £15 for me to joint Cosco! They give a 2 year guaranty which by all accounts is very good, and 90 day free returns. It should be added in this title this is for Amazon prime so you have to take that into the equation. At the moment Cosco is £887.98 but I think will come down again as new MacBook Air coming in early 2022. I now have a year membership too with Cosco, so don’t have to rely on Amazon prime so much - some really good deals come on here with Cosco.
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    Jaybeam17/12/2021 10:25

    Don’t know why this has got so much heat. I got the MacBook Air with the d …Don’t know why this has got so much heat. I got the MacBook Air with the deal on here a couple of weeks ago for £829 plus £15 for me to joint Cosco! They give a 2 year guaranty which by all accounts is very good, and 90 day free returns. It should be added in this title this is for Amazon prime so you have to take that into the equation. At the moment Cosco is £887.98 but I think will come down again as new MacBook Air coming in early 2022. I now have a year membership too with Cosco, so don’t have to rely on Amazon prime so much - some really good deals come on here with Cosco.


    This isn’t an air ?

    Edit: yes it is..
    Edited by: "A57ton" 17th Dec 2021
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    For £889 you might as well just save yourself an extra £40 and buy a refurbished one direct from Apple, it will be exactly the same as a brand new one anyway and with the same 12 month warranty.


    apple.com/uk/…b89

    A57ton17/12/2021 10:34

    This isn’t an air ?


    Yes it is. If you click on the link it takes you to the page for the M1 Air 2020.
    Edited by: "Haircut_100" 17th Dec 2021
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    Haircut_10017/12/2021 10:37

    For £889 you might as well just save yourself an extra £40 and buy a r …For £889 you might as well just save yourself an extra £40 and buy a refurbished one direct from Apple, it will be exactly the same as a brand new one anyway and with the same 12 month warranty. https://www.apple.com/uk/shop/product/FGN93B/A/refurbished-133-inch-macbook-air-apple-m1-chip-with-8%E2%80%91core-cpu-and-7%E2%80%91core-gpu-silver?fnode=6a1a5ef70ffff986ccfd2b269c93dbfa6639468098e4b5297dfce5be8b288a4571e0211662d0928a9cb133745105d9e0c9377c0aa78e8b3cf43403b691ba6dfa8fe70372ff4a10a45ab8178e437e7b89Yes it is. If you click on the link it takes you to the page for the M1 Air 2020.


    My bad, maybe he should put that in the title
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    Wow. Assumed this was the Air (which makes it a decent deal), read the comments and was about to pull the trigger when people said it wasn't the Air. Only to find out it is the Air.

    I think the title needs changing!
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    r1mmm3r17/12/2021 11:36

    Wow. Assumed this was the Air (which makes it a decent deal), read the …Wow. Assumed this was the Air (which makes it a decent deal), read the comments and was about to pull the trigger when people said it wasn't the Air. Only to find out it is the Air. I think the title needs changing!


    crazy stuff, innit? Covid is nowhere near in terms of intensity
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    ciarandanielbyrne117/12/2021 00:26

    I wonder why we do not see many 16 GB RAM deals on M1 macbooks?


    For me the 16GB model might be overkill at present but seems it would make it easier to resell if I ever wanted to...
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    BobbyBoy2117/12/2021 07:45

    What's the guarantee/warranty on these with Amazon and for how long, …What's the guarantee/warranty on these with Amazon and for how long, thinking if AppleCare is required? Thanks.


    One year as far as I know.
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    Is this the lowest price for MacBook, any idea if it can go cheaper on boxing Day or something, I need one but not immediately though.
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    BobbyBoy2117/12/2021 15:30

    Is this the lowest price for MacBook, any idea if it can go cheaper on …Is this the lowest price for MacBook, any idea if it can go cheaper on boxing Day or something, I need one but not immediately though.


    If you look at my comment above - Costco we’re doing the air for £829 a couple of weeks ago and even adding £15 for membership, only comes to £844- much better than this deal and two year guarantee. The price will come down as a new Air is looming. If you don’t need one now my advice is hold on!
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    Jaybeam17/12/2021 18:49

    If you look at my comment above - Costco we’re doing the air for £829 a co …If you look at my comment above - Costco we’re doing the air for £829 a couple of weeks ago and even adding £15 for membership, only comes to £844- much better than this deal and two year guarantee. The price will come down as a new Air is looming. If you don’t need one now my advice is hold on!


    Cool, I guess I'll probably hold on to my money tightly for now and recheck in a week or so. What is this new air coming? 2022 model? Sorry first time getting a Apple product.
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    ciarandanielbyrne117/12/2021 00:26

    I wonder why we do not see many 16 GB RAM deals on M1 macbooks?


    Very.co.uk currently have the 16GB RAM version on sale for £1149. Space grey only.
    Edited by: "Baby_Faced_Assasin" 17th Dec 2021
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    BobbyBoy2117/12/2021 09:14

    Is the warranty thing same as AppleCare?My brother had MacBook with 3 year …Is the warranty thing same as AppleCare?My brother had MacBook with 3 year AppleCare and the MacBook died on him 2nd year, Apple couldn't fix it so they gave a new one.


    Just a refund
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    Jaybeam17/12/2021 18:49

    If you look at my comment above - Costco we’re doing the air for £829 a co …If you look at my comment above - Costco we’re doing the air for £829 a couple of weeks ago and even adding £15 for membership, only comes to £844- much better than this deal and two year guarantee. The price will come down as a new Air is looming. If you don’t need one now my advice is hold on!


    According to macrumors.com, new macbook air is expected mid to late 2022.
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    BobbyBoy2117/12/2021 07:45

    What's the guarantee/warranty on these with Amazon and for how long, …What's the guarantee/warranty on these with Amazon and for how long, thinking if AppleCare is required? Thanks.


    According to Apple’s website, statutory warranty in England and Wales is 6 years from date of delivery.

    apple.com/uk/…uk/
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    DaniSzabo17/12/2021 03:25

    16GB is too much on entry level macbooks like these. I have the Air M1 and …16GB is too much on entry level macbooks like these. I have the Air M1 and use it for software development and sometimes video editing. I do use all the RAM but it is never a limiting factor.


    I found the opposite for software development, running webstorm, chrome and cypress makes my air 8gb grind. I'm hoping to get a 16 gig mbp from work soon. I constantly have to think about the ram with 8gb
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    BobbyBoy2117/12/2021 18:55

    Cool, I guess I'll probably hold on to my money tightly for now and …Cool, I guess I'll probably hold on to my money tightly for now and recheck in a week or so. What is this new air coming? 2022 model? Sorry first time getting a Apple product.


    Rumours abound but the consensus is: M2 processor,1080p Webcam (the camera at the moment is worse than my iPhone 7) different shape no wedge, lots of different colours, use same screen technology as the pro’s….. takes ya pick all guesswork at mo.
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    Baby_Faced_Assasin17/12/2021 20:41

    Very.co.uk currently have the 16GB RAM version on sale for £1149. Space …Very.co.uk currently have the 16GB RAM version on sale for £1149. Space grey only.


    Fantastic cheers
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    Baby_Faced_Assasin17/12/2021 21:00

    According to Apple’s website, statutory warranty in England and Wales is 6 …According to Apple’s website, statutory warranty in England and Wales is 6 years from date of delivery.https://www.apple.com/uk/legal/statutory-warranty/uk/


    If you buy directly from Apple
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    Jaybeam19/12/2021 11:12

    So you’re saying Apple products carry a 6 year warranty?


    Apple are saying that themselves, as this is the UK law. They were slapped with a hefty fine a few years ago for forgetting to tell their customers about their statutory warranty rights.

    From the horse's mouth:

    Under consumer laws in the UK, consumers are entitled to a free of charge repair and (depending on the circumstances) may be entitled to a replacement, discount or refund by the seller, of defective goods or goods which do not conform with the contract of sale. For goods purchased in England or Wales, these rights expire six years from delivery of the goods and for goods purchased in Scotland, these rights expire five years from delivery of the goods.

    When you purchase Apple hardware products, you will also receive coverage from the Apple Limited Warranty. This coverage operates alongside and in addition to your statutory rights under UK consumer law. You can also obtain additional benefits by purchasing the optional AppleCare Protection Plan or AppleCare+.

    Given that there are only 2 mechanical parts (screen hinges and keyboard) that are subject to wear and tear, a Macbook Air is pretty well covered IMHO.

    Needless to say, this law doesn't apply only to Apple products.
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    Jaybeam19/12/2021 11:12

    So you’re saying Apple products carry a 6 year warranty?


    I think what he is saying is that Apple warranty is 12 month. But, they are very much aware and supportive of the consumer rights act that basically states products must be good for at least 6 years, within reason.
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    Baby_Faced_Assasin19/12/2021 11:51

    Apple are saying that themselves, as this is the UK law. They were slapped …Apple are saying that themselves, as this is the UK law. They were slapped with a hefty fine a few years ago for forgetting to tell their customers about their statutory warranty rights.From the horse's mouth:Under consumer laws in the UK, consumers are entitled to a free of charge repair and (depending on the circumstances) may be entitled to a replacement, discount or refund by the seller, of defective goods or goods which do not conform with the contract of sale. For goods purchased in England or Wales, these rights expire six years from delivery of the goods and for goods purchased in Scotland, these rights expire five years from delivery of the goods.When you purchase Apple hardware products, you will also receive coverage from the Apple Limited Warranty. This coverage operates alongside and in addition to your statutory rights under UK consumer law. You can also obtain additional benefits by purchasing the optional AppleCare Protection Plan or AppleCare+.Given that there are only 2 mechanical parts (screen hinges and keyboard) that are subject to wear and tear, a Macbook Air is pretty well covered IMHO. Needless to say, this law doesn't apply only to Apple products.


    You’re correct, but for anyone not clear, this is against the retailer, not the manufacturer.
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    Baby_Faced_Assasin19/12/2021 11:51

    Apple are saying that themselves, as this is the UK law. They were slapped …Apple are saying that themselves, as this is the UK law. They were slapped with a hefty fine a few years ago for forgetting to tell their customers about their statutory warranty rights.From the horse's mouth:Under consumer laws in the UK, consumers are entitled to a free of charge repair and (depending on the circumstances) may be entitled to a replacement, discount or refund by the seller, of defective goods or goods which do not conform with the contract of sale. For goods purchased in England or Wales, these rights expire six years from delivery of the goods and for goods purchased in Scotland, these rights expire five years from delivery of the goods.When you purchase Apple hardware products, you will also receive coverage from the Apple Limited Warranty. This coverage operates alongside and in addition to your statutory rights under UK consumer law. You can also obtain additional benefits by purchasing the optional AppleCare Protection Plan or AppleCare+.Given that there are only 2 mechanical parts (screen hinges and keyboard) that are subject to wear and tear, a Macbook Air is pretty well covered IMHO. Needless to say, this law doesn't apply only to Apple products.


    So I’ve got an IPad Pro under three years old, with the dreaded white dot above the home button, so you’re saying that under consumer law, Apple or the seller (AO) should repair it?
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    Jaybeam19/12/2021 14:17

    So I’ve got an IPad Pro under three years old, with the dreaded white dot a …So I’ve got an IPad Pro under three years old, with the dreaded white dot above the home button, so you’re saying that under consumer law, Apple or the seller (AO) should repair it?


    Consumer protection is against the seller. You need to talk to AO.

    If there is no sign of damage on your iPad you stand a good chance.
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    A57ton19/12/2021 14:23

    Consumer protection is against the seller. You need to talk to AO. If …Consumer protection is against the seller. You need to talk to AO. If there is no sign of damage on your iPad you stand a good chance.


    It’s mint- but I’m sceptical about the enforcement of this I’ve never heard of anybody getting repair or refund over one year unless like Costco and JL that actually stipulate it in their terms. Perhaps this would be a good topic to open up for discussion to our community!
    Edited by: "Jaybeam" 19th Dec 2021
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