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Amazon is offering the June 2013 Apple 13″ MacBook Air 1.3 GHz i5 Haswell, 128GB SSD, AC WiFi, 12 hours battery for just $1,045 with free shipping. That is a total savings of $54 off the retail price of $1,099 and the first significant discount we’ve seen on the 13″ model. This MacBook Air features the brand new Intel i5 Haswell processor which enables it to achieve up to 12 hours of battery life, 802.11ac wireless connectivity, and dual audio microphones for improved audio clarity.

The upgraded model of the new Air is also on sale, grab the 13″ MacBook Air (MD761LL/A) with a 256GB SSD for $1,235, regular $1,300.

Reviewers across the internet are singing praises of the new MacBook Air.  Our own 9to5Mac reviewed it and declared:

Apple has a truly wonderful computer in the 2013 Macbook Air.

Pickup an ever so slightly discounted new Apple Time Capsule or Airport Extreme to get the most out of your new Mac’s 802.11ac WiFi.  Even if you don’t normally buy AppleCare on your Macs, it may make sense for the new Air since its ‘repairability‘ score isn’t too promising for at-home servicing.

Amazon is discounting other Apple laptops, head below to check them all out.


Other Apple notebook deals available:

-Apple MacBook Air 11.6″ 1.3GHz i5 Haswell processor, 128GB SSD, 802.11ac WiFi $949 (Reg. $999).

-MacBook Air 11.6″ 1.3GHz i5 Haswell processor, 128GB SSD, 802.11ac WiFi6″ Air $1,149 (Reg. $1,199)

-MacBook Pro 13″ (MD101LL/A) 500GB, 4GB RAM, 2.5GHz i5 $999 (Reg. $1,199)

-Retina MacBook Pro (MD212LL/A) 128GB SSD, 8GB RAM, 2.5 GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 processor $1,399 (Reg. $1,499)

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