Apple's Big Billion Days MacBook Air is priced at less than Rs 70,000 thanks to a M1 engine

Apple's Big Billion Days MacBook Air is priced at less than Rs 70,000 thanks to a M1 engine ...

The Big Billion Days sale of Flipkart is approaching. On September 23, users will be able to get massive discounts on smartphones, laptops, smart TVs, and other gadgets. Flipkart has now announced the acquisition of the Apple M1 MacBook Air laptop. During the sale, buyers will be able to purchase the laptop for as little as Rs 70,000.

Apple has launched the M1-powered MacBook Air at a price of Rs 92,900 in India, and the 16GB version of the M1-powered MacBook Air is now available on Apples website. Flipkart has teased the M1 MacBook Air deal, implying a price of under Rs 70,000 for the popular Apple laptop.

The M1 MacBook Air is said to be capable of charging up to 18 hours of battery life at an all-time high, according to the Apple website. The M1 MacBook Air is currently available for Rs 69,490 for the base 8GB RAM version, and the 16GB version is expected to be offered for free on the market. Apple has recently increased the prices for the iPad for the first time since the summer.

The Apple M1-powered MacBook Air is currently priced at Rs 99,900 for the base 8GB RAM model, while the 16GB version is also priced at Rs 1,19,900. However, Apple later increased the prices in India, claiming that the device, which was launched earlier this year, was priced at Rs 2,19,900, and that it has surpassed Rs 2,39,900 in the country for its top-spec variant.

The 2020 model is a great deal at an under Rs 70,000 price. While the M1-powered model is now about two years old, it is still a good option for those looking to purchase a MacBook. The MacBook Air 16GB variant is at an affordable price.

Apple MacBook Air (M1) specifications

The M1-powered MacBook Air was created in 2020. It features a 13.3-inch Retina display, a 720p webcam, and three microphones. The MacBook Air M1 is powered by an Apple M1 processor, which has 16GB of RAM and a 16-core Neural engine. The MacBook Air is alleged to provide up to 18 hours of battery life.