M1 MacBook Air falls to all-time low of $850, more

All of Thursday’s best deals are now live with a very low discount on the M1 MacBook Air to $850. Speaking of clearing out previous generation releases, Apple Watch Series 7 cellular styles have also dropped to new record lows from $379 to take part in a rare price reduction on Eve’s new HomeKit Outdoor Cam. Get all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys lunch break.

M1 MacBook Air $149 off to an all-time low of $850

Amazon has now started clearing out Apple’s previous generation 13-inch M1 MacBook Air at a rock-bottom price. Right now, you can score the entry-level 256GB configuration for its lowest price yet at $850. While you’d normally pay $999, today’s deal amounts to $149 in savings, beating our previous mention by $49. This is the lowest we’ve seen in over two months and is only the second time this year we’ve seen a return to an all-time low.

This may not be the new M2 model that hit the scene in the last few months, but the value offered by the original M1 MacBook Air is still unmatched, especially at today’s lowest price. Centered around a 13-inch Retina display with Apple Silicon under the hood, there’s also a pair of Thunderbolt ports complemented by Wi-Fi 6, as well as 256GB of storage and 8GB of RAM. Get a better idea of ​​its performance in our hands-on review.

Apple Watch Series 7 cellular styles drop to new record lows

Amazon is now offering deeper discounts than ever before on Apple Watch Series 7 mobile models. Now that Apple has released the new Series 8 wearable with the all-new Ultra series officially debuting tomorrow, you can save up to $200 across a selection of the previous generation fitness tracker. A highlight has to be the Apple Watch Series 7 GPS + Cellular 41mm stainless steel model on $499. This nets the full amount of savings, marks a new all-time low from the usual $699 price tag, and is $50 below our previous mention. In addition to the 45mm model savings, there are also some more affordable mobile deals from $379.

While it’s not the all-new version, the Apple Watch Series 7 still packs a big punch for your fitness kit for far less than any of Apple’s latest. There’s a similar build centered around the brightest screen Apple makes, as well as all-day battery life backed by a quick charge mode for overnight use. And while there’s no built-in temperature sensor like the Series 8, you’ll still find built-in heart rate monitoring, the ability to monitor blood oxygen levels and even take EKGs. All with watchOS 9 at the center of the experience.

Have Eve’s new Outdoor Cam protect your space with HomeKit Secure Video

Amazon now offers Eve Outdoor Cam with HomeKit for $212. Normally fetching $250, this is only the second 15% off sale to date. It also matches our previous mention for the lowest ever seen once before.

Having launched earlier this summer, the new Eve Outdoor Cam brings HomeKit Secure Video to your Siri setup with a weatherproof design that can be mounted just about anywhere. It has a 1080p sensor on top of its motion alerts and two-way audio, and also comes with a 157-degree field of view. In addition to the safety features, there is a built-in dimmable floodlight to add some extra protection to your home. Get the full scoop on what to expect in our latest HomeKit Weekly feature.

Best trade-in offer

9to5Mac also keeps track of all the best iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch and more trade-in deals every month. Be sure to check out this month’s best trade-in deals when you decide it’s time to upgrade your device. Or just go directly to our trade-in partner if you want to recycle, trade or sell your used devices for cash and support 9to5Mac Along the road!

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