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Lightweight, fast, and chic – for those that want great specs combined with ultramobility, the MacBook Air is the ideal laptop to own. Available with either an Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, it’s perfect for both demanding business professionals that are regularly on the road, and personal users that like to take their laptops with them wherever they go. Below are the latest deals on the MacBook Air, as found and voted on by the HotUKDeals community. Read more
2017 13" Macbook Air A1466, 1.6GHz i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD (Unboxed)  £599.95 @  blackmoreit  Ebay
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Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Seems like this company is churning out some good deals at the moment, worth having a nosey round to see if anything else pops up. £600 for a brand new 13" MacBook Air isn't a bad… Read more
j90rdn

Purchased, and arrived within 2 days. As stated, comes with El Capitan but in the process of downloading and installing Mojave, which it will happily take. For £600 you can't go wrong, and perfect for a Uni laptop. Thanks to OP.

jonlaidlow

Mine has arrived and now setting it up Manufacture date: May 2016, battery cycles 3, certainly never been set up. OS was El Capitan so bear in mind that High Sierra has been taken off the app store if you want to upgrade to that.

jonlaidlow

I'm currently using the Late 2010 model Air (actually manufactured Jan 2011 according to coconut battery) and it's had new thermal paste, a new battery from ifixit and a new charger, but otherwise still going strong - keyboard is brilliant. Hopefully I can get a few quid for it when I replace it with this one. I've got a nifty minidrive so will probably use that to expand the storage using a mini SDXC card.

zomgwtfbbq

LOL same here. Bit the bullet at £549. I can live with that, even if it's just to rip the OS off it for a Hackintosh and resell later on eBay at a small discount once it's not supported anymore. After so many of the recent screw ups from crApple regarding their broken butterfly switches, overheating issues and soldering or gluing everything to the motherboard -- I don't trust them not to screw up something major anymore. This Air is the least troublesome Mac to repair, especially with its removable PCIE SSD.

jonlaidlow

Well I've taken a chance on one of these from blackmoreIT with Friday's eBay discount code so it should come middle of this week. Will let you know.

Inateck 13-13.3 Inch MacBook Air/Pro Retina Sleeve Carrying Case £5.39 Prime / £9.88 Non-Prime Sold by Inateck and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Update 24/8: Slightly cheaper Prime price, now at £5.39! Nice looking fabric case for a Macbook Air or Pro, reviews seem really good, and it this price you can't really go wrong.… Read more
bizzlebyron

I got this a couple of years ago when it was a fiver on this site and its fits the 13" MacBook perfectly. It may be watch checking out some smaller sleeves.

mldaw

I was going to buy but I think it will be loose on my 13" touchbar macbook. It's so difficult to find a sleeve that isn't loose.

savedosh2day

Please expire no longer available at the listed price

GrouchoM

Code expired and voucher discount not working either...

farook_yakub

Says code expired

Macbook Air for £599 if you Trade in an old laptop @ Currys
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Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
Curry's PC World has a deal where you can have £200 off the price of any Macbook if you trade in a laptop. There are a few conditions, but if you have a working laptop less than 7 … Read more
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parabola117

Did this today in Manchester White City (Stretford) branch. Was all pretty painless. Wasn’t in stock, so they’re having it delivered to store for next Wednesday

Wise.deal

Traded in a laptop today and walked away with the £200 gift voucher. Small print says gift voucher is valid for 24 months. Do you think it is worth holding off to see if a new MacBook Air is released in the coming months? Might mean further reductions on the current MacBook Air...

hazelwoods

I'm looking at this too. I've a silly ASUS notebook I bought last summer for around £150 but will get £200 trade in. My son says it'll seem too slow for what I want to do, but I just want to use it while sitting watching TV.

SSB8017

Its £200 e voucher that can only used against a MacBook

19DembaBa19

Can someone tell me which is better MacBook Air or MacBook Pro and what's the difference please

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Inateck 13-13.3 Inch Laptop Sleeve Case, Felt Laptop Bag  (for MacBook Air 13.3 Inch/13" MacBook Pro / Surface Pro) £9.99 Prime / £14.38 Non-prime Sold by Inateck and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Stylish looking felt laptop carry case for anyone looking. Perfect for a 13" (or thereabouts) device such as a MacBook Air / Pro or a Surface Pro. Additional frount pouches make i… Read more
Kay135

Not waterproof or water resistant so I'm not sure how is suitable to carry electronics.

iamwhoiam

Bought 3. Thanks.

supermann

Honestly, why would you want something as ugly as that when you can have one of these for not much more. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B077Z252TH/ref=sspa_dk_detail_4?psc=1

meathane

I bought a cheap grey felt sleeve off amazon for about this price, it was horrible, so then I bought one from Hard Graft and was amazing (but was £100!). Get what you (over) pay for.

edanfalls

I honestly thought that I had a good fashion sense but this thread has just obliterated that notion.

Apple Macbook Air 13" 128GB  8GB 1.8GHz i5 Laptop - Silver (2017) MQD32 - £679 @ portusdigital  eBay
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Featuring a thin and lightweight design, the mid 2017 Apple 13.3" MacBook Air features a unibody aluminum enclosure that weighs less than 3 pounds. At its thickest point, the compu… Read more
xtreemneo

Whoa. Is it over now?

dell91

Please don't forget the 15% discount >eBay! :D

alexschuller1

When is the best time to buy? Genuinely asking as the wife wants a new one for her design work :)

mullerman

Pedants corner awaits you ... Off to pedants corner with you ... or ... Darwin is an open-source Unix operating system first released by Apple Inc. in 2000. It is composed of code developed by Apple, as well as code derived from NeXTSTEP, BSD, Mach, and other free software projects ...

allowed

And poundworld that sell items for....yes you guessed it £1 are closing down. https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/6588069/poundworld-closing-down-sales/

Apple Macbook Air (2017 - Latest Model), £849 @ Currys/PCWorld
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I know this isn't going to be for everyone, however, this is a corking price for the latest Air model.
GrahamLondon

2015 is calling and they want their Macbook Air back!

teng

The way i see it is new macbook pro's are pretty much an ipad with a keyboard .. one port for everything

steveieboy1

You still have to find the SD/ micro SD adapater. You can buy a USB-C to micro SD/SD adapter which is what I have for my Macbook Pro although never used it. I tend to use wireless for my SLR and action camera. Storage space is very expensive!

martinmckillop

I've been switching for months back and forward. The industry I work in, all of the designers / product swear by Apple. That's what plays on my mind most!! I'll wait for June and see. Glad this particular deal isn't great though. Makes it a easier choice. Cheers Nookster.

Nookster

Before making any major outlay you'd be best off familiarising yourself with the significant differences between the respective OSes, how they'd potentially affect your short term workflow etc. I wouldn't make a decision based on hardware (internal and external) alone.

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Apple MacBook Air Core i5 1.6 11 (Early 2015) 4GB 128GB (Refurbished 'Good' - 12 Month Warranty) £469.99 @ music Magpie
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Not a bad price if you are looking for a lower cost way to get into the world of Macs. i5 Processor and 4GB of RAM so should handle day to day use comfortably. 10% discount is ap… Read more
fish323

I bought one of these in Sept 2016 off a dealer I usually buy from for £475. They are slow, really slow. Click on Word and wait 7 seconds for it to load. I'm using it now, but I wouldn't buy another.

boomish

Lol, it’s if they’ve had an accident or internal repairs but with a warranty , looked after these things can go on for years, One of the companies I look after has over 20 of these oldest is about 2010 I think, only time they break down is water spillage :) always a good one:) , broken power cables, and a maxed HD (they have tiny drives)..

boomish

Well it’s not a Mac Pro, I meant heavy for a laptop of this power, with a little multi threading you can do some great stuff with these but its a min of 8gb, even running a little editing in Photoshop can quickly max the ram, multi tabs in a chrome etc still as you say a good price.

VimalSolanki

Anyone know if you can use Xcode on these

lucas

You got a much better deal. Imagine what the previous owner of this would’ve been using it for, internet ‘banking’ for sure

Thule Vectros Protective Bumper for Case 11-Inch MacBook Air £5.96 Prime / £10.71 non-Prime (RRP £69.99) - Sold by Plumbing Supermarket / Fulfilled by Amazon
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Seems a good price for a decent case. Has been down to this price before but has been on sale for over £100 for a good while too
djmackie2000

I have one on a Macbook Pro 2014 model. fits nice but the clear cover (top and bottom) was a pain. I ended up taping these covers on to the Bumper (on the inside so you cannot see this when fitted) I also got dust covers for all the ports and it looks sweet

montana78

Isnt idea of air to be super thin and portable. This thing is chunky.

idontwannabeyouanymore

Scorching hot for someone who has a 11-inch MacBook Air and believes in cases. I'm more of a nudist when it comes to cases on my devices (highfive)

MacBook Air (2017) £849 (£699 after cashback) @ Very
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Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
If you purchase MacBook on BNPL 12 Months you can use Code and Get Back £150 Making this Laptop £699. I know everyone will hammer Very.co.uk for Customer Service. But I’ve always b… Read more
deleted1587206

Lol u were right! They released an iPad

Gormond

I guess we will find out today how accurate that crystal ball of yours is :D I still doubt we will see a new MacBook Air but would love to be wrong.

d3k

It’s the same cpu. Nothing changed. Just bit higher frequency.

Ofpiratedj

2017. They updated the processor from 1.6 to 1.8. Pretty pathetic in the scheme of things, but it's still an updated spec

d3k

So 2015 to be exact. As far as I remember they haven’t update the spec since 2015.

Apple MacBook Air at Currys for £849 (Minimum £200 trade in for old laptop)
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Minimum £200 trade in for your old laptop (check the small print)
ShianWynneShallcross

I took mine in today and they said it needed to be less than 7 years old and operating on minimum of Windows 7.

fishmaster

I agree that laptops which are £600-£700 are much more likely to have 1080P+ screens. However as I work for an IT refurbisher I can tell you that many laptops still have 1366*768 screens. Expect to pay over £349 NEW to get a laptop with a 1080P screen and even then many don't have 1080P+

J9STL

think it mentions up to 7 yrs old somewhere in t's & c's

Sharpharp

whats the oldest and cheapest laptop that would qualify?

Rich44

And EVERY SINGLE TIME one of those 1366x768 laptops is posted on here it gets universally trashed because "its not HD" "Why do they put these screens in laptops in this day/age" "cold not full HD". I'm not suggesting you're one of those people but plenty are & it cant go both ways.

Macbook air £849 / £699 with £150 back using code @ Very (buy now pay later available!)
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Found 1st MarFound 1st Mar
Very deal, £849 less £150 cash back on your account = £699. Deals on all Apple Mac's inc the iMac.
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damianstaunton

Bought one using the same deal before Xmas. £150 credited no trouble. Just bought another and this time got an email saying credit would be applied in april so all good by me.

wilc

This is the country of people who borrow too much from the bank and can't pay back then blame the bank, reading letters on contract is not the strong point here

stephenmarkedwards

Credit just reduces the cost of the item you are buying in the first place hence the cost being £699 with the cash back. People seem to be getting confused about this. You add a £849 item to your account and you only need to pay £699, thats it. It's not cash in your pocket instantly but makes the thing you are buying cheaper.

JoseChupachup

Have to squint your ears for the speakers too!

bobdylan

Avoid Very like the plague, had my DD set up to take the minimum but they still managed to take a completely different amount, had to get the bank to refund in the end as Very weren't interested. Never again...

Secretsales open box/refurb 13" Apple Macbook Air 128GB i5 1.6ghz (2016 model) 8GB Ram 1440x900 (Using Code LOVE30) 30% off £534.25
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Found 18th FebFound 18th Feb
Looks like a great deal for an open box item, not sure how many are in stock. Grab it while you can. Refurb at laptopsdirect £689.97 Refurb Scan £690.68
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cedge

Condition is brand new (battery cycle 0) and like others warranty is until Oct 18 however, it did take a little bit of time to set up partly because I've never used a Mac before and it could not connect to WiFi initially (big problem with the Yosemite OS apparently); tried one of the 'fixes', turned off bluetooth and mirracurously it sprang into life. I then updated to the latest OS (high sierra) and touch wood everything is now working as expected.

cedge

Sorry, we haven’t been home to open/test ours out yet but comments above our encouraging; I’m assuming it’s easy to factory reset if it doesn’t come wiped

boomish

both codes have expired..are there any more? MARCH30 LOVE30

cantonbean

Cool. Top tip. In photos setting turn off copy to library. In iTunes go to far right and turn off same thing. Otherwise you end up with 2 of each photo and MP3. Not good on 128GB model.

Guy.H

Thanks. I'm now updating to High Sierra. Will then call it a night and have a play with it tomorrow but seems I'm good to go. Appreciate the help. I want to use it for iTunes, some photo/video storage etc. I've got a 128GB micro ssd that I think I will use for the libraries and keep the ssd free if possible.

Macbook Air Sleeve Case 13 inch - MORECOO Tablet Sleeve Case Cover, Portable Carrying Protective Laptop Bag for Apple Ipad mini 1 2 3 4/2017 New 9.7 Pro/Samsung Galaxy £6.99 (Prime) / £10.98 (non Prime)  Sold by morecoo and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Price drop on this. 4 colours available. Handy if you need a filler item for big thanks code too. Description This Premium macbook sleeve case is made from top quality PU leathe… Read more
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flipper118

£3.99 delivery seems quite harsh, ordered all the same :D

Refurbished Apple MacBook Air 11.6'' Core i5 Processor 4GB RAM 128GB HDD A1465 With Free Delivery 2014 model £479 @ Groupon
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Hi, thought this was a good offer if you wanted a cheap MacBook Air. Usually some good discount on quidco and also airmiles through the BA store
jamdog30

Just make sure you have a decent warranty as I my 2011 model battery has warped the case and is rather unusable.

fandyboy

My air 11" if anything is faster these days on High Sierra. Not retina, but then I prefer the battery life anyway.

pmjones79

4 year old technology? I wonder if Apple are slowing these down too. Not full HD resolution either.

daanuk

Very much. From a pure productivity perspective my 2011 MacBook Air still runs Office, Internet apps and Photoshop 6 like a charm.

pharmat

Is this spec still practical for general home use and office work?

Apple Macbook Air 13.3 Dual-Core i5 1.8GHz 8GB 128GB Silver - MQD32, US keyboard Layout - £619.99 @ Toby Deals
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Hi I'm not sure how legit this website is, but I saw this for £619.99 and this makes such an awesome deal. I'll leave it for you guys to decide how good a deal this is!
Lynn1233

Hi Have you bought the macbook air? How is it? I also want to buy it from tobydeal, but I am warrying its apple support.

flipnut

Hi just to confirm I received a top cash back payment with my order as well with purchase which has now become payable

Bigspin

Nope. As long as it's genuine product apple will never ask any receipt or details.

cantonbean

No. You literally just need a UK Apple plug. That’s what’s great. I had Apple US Mac Pro. Just swap the plug on the charger. Designed to be swapped. The one that comes with an iPad works but you can buy them on their own. No stupid adapters or additional large expense.

flipnut

I don't own a iPad, don't know what come with it. https://www.gearbest.com/power-adapter/pp_1227475.html?currency=GBP&vip=760246&gclid=Cj0KCQiA-ebSBRC8ARIsAGuxJIpbbXlf0eO5kvvTCGFbuz68X0tPQBLgsumAF-w5WbT5EAD6cH6Ezz8aAjedEALw_wcB Thats what I mean in the link above for the Magsafe adaptor.

Macbook air - £764.10 at Argos.co.uk with code MAC10
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Argos currently have the 2017 Macbook Air 128gb for £849. Add the code MAC10 to get an extra 10% off! Dropping the price to £764.10. Almost £200 cheaper than JohnLewis or PcWorld.
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matt_salt

Got John Lewis to match the discount and as usual came with 2 year warranty

the1beard

I got one on this deal. I'm very very very happy with it. Cheers op Edit to add amazon have just dropped the price to £749!

technowhizz

Code has expired.. (MAC10)

wilc

totally agree with you regarding apple support, bought my macbook air back in 2014, never had one single problem, never had screen of error, never had to reboot because of some software/hardware errors, only got some trouble with partitioning after i made a mistake when removing bootcamp, used chat support took them around 45 mins to solve my problem, i doubt we get such support on a over 3 years old windows pc/laptop, i use iphone/ipad/macbook air and desktop mac, never look back

CoeK

I have no issue with the macbooks and the macbooks pros, they are expensive for the hardware and they don't update them enough but they are at least current. It is only the air I think is poor value and had a joke of an update. For me buying a macbook air 2017 is saying to apple it is ok to not give real updates. Shame really as back when it first came out it was the first laptop I looked at that made me really want it.

Macbook Air Mid 2017 128GB SSD 8GB Ram i5 £629.99 @ eglobalcentral
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Free Delivery 12 month warranty https://www.eglobalcentral.co.uk/warranty-policy-en.html?desktop No import duties - the products are in the UK! https://www.eglobalcentral.co.u… Read more
jimmythehoover

Well said, without doubt there is a witch hunt on the site against this company I have been waiting for 7 working days for a phone I ordered but am fully aware that it takes time to get here. The people who complain seem to be happy to pay the extras for UK sourced items. Good luck to them...

hearts22

I know they can see the age of the device and country... But if the device is covered by a global warranty, it being from a different country would be irrelevant. They would never know the specific retailer without seeing a receipt or equivalent and find it very difficult to believe they would request proof of purchase at the Apple Store. As busy as they are if the device is still within warranty they won't bother doing any other extra checks in 99% of the cases. If they do, just go to a different one or see a different "genius". That's my advice XD You can check for yourself online with the serial number before you go to the Apple store if the warranty is still there so you're prepared.

rodman

From who? Baltic cold.

shakerstevens

I know you've never been asked for proof of purchase but Apple will be able to track from the serial number part of the supply chain that it went through, certainly the distributor and country Apple sold it to at the start of the supply chain. They will also be able to track the age of the device with the serial number. If they believe it to be outside the 12 months warranty then they would need your proof of purchase to see the date the reseller/retailer sold it to you. This proof of purchase would then highlight the name of that company, which if not an Apple authorised reseller would probably cause problems. (although we know Apple are quite relaxed about this, and also relaxed about the warranty term, often fixing items beyond 13 months old without extended warranty/AppleCare but its at their descretion)

nevakillmonkeys

A relative ordered a phone from them 3 months ago. Still trying to sort it out. Not had the phone and email response? Nope

Apple MacBook Air 2017 MQD32 13 Inch i5 8GB 128GB £773.10 with code MAC10 @ Argos
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MacBook Air now £773.10 at Argos using code MAC10 AMAZON now price matched MAC10 works on all Mac products it seems - R&C and quote at till
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iamdamien

I bought it in 2013, I'm saying that this price for a sub par bit of kit by 2017/2018 standards isn't justified. It was a valid purchase 5 years ago nearly - but now? No - this is merely 2014 hardware with 2017 slapped on it.

2minutenoodles

You stated no facts; in fact you had no statement or premise. You hijacked a post I had written weeks ago and all you are doing is making a mockery of yourself and being derogatory. You are worth no more of my time. Have a good life; enjoy your Mac book pro that isn’t arriving for three weeks and your fake bitcoin mining empire :D You have been ignored (highfive)

jouster

It’s no trolling if I’m stating fact. You’re not very good with English are you

2minutenoodles

Yeah; winning the lottery and buying a Ferrari. Not very good at trolling are you. (lol)

jouster

Haters gonna hate I guess. Back to the cheap seats with you please

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