With the rumours of an astonishing seven new MacBooks on the way this year, Apple devotees are probably busy saving their pennies for some brand-new tech. But, so long as you’re okay with a laptop model that’s two years old, then John Lewis has the offer you’ve been waiting for.
The retailer is currently selling the 512GB MacBook for only £999, which is a 27% saving on the usual price of £1,739. Yes, you might be picking up a product that’s a couple of years old, but considering that the very same model is currently going for an extra £550 (£1,549) on Apple’s own website, then you can see how this is a saving that’s not to be missed. Check out our review of the 2017 Apple MacBook for a full lowdown.
If you fancy saving even more pennies, you can currently pick up a MacBook Air for only £779, which is a whopping £220 cheaper than the same model on the Apple store.
Of course, with the promise of a brand new line of MacBooks just around the corner, you might want to keep your powder dry. But if you’re keen to keep your spending to a minimum, this isn’t an offer to be sniffed at. Because, whatever the truth is about those seven new MacBooks, we can say one thing for certain: they won’t come cheap.