Apple’s newly announced MacBook Air and iPad Pro may not be arriving on doormats just yet, but that hasn’t stopped Amazon from throwing some goodwill their way in the form of well-received discounts. If you buy right now, you can pick up the MacBook Air and the new iPad Pro with a $49 discount applied.

Apple’s latest 2020 MacBook Air has already picked up fans across the globe even though it hasn’t actually started shipping yet. The machine offers a 13.3-inch stunning Retina display with True Tone technology and is guaranteed to offer an amazing visual experience. It comes with a brand new backlit Magic Keyboard and has integrated Touch ID for fingerprint detection.

The machine is powered by tenth-generation Intel Core i3 processors and includes 8GB of RAM and Intel Iris Plus Graphics. This particular model ships with 256GB of ultra-fast SSD storage and macOS installed as default. If you act now, you can grab it with a nice little discount applied, dropping the price to just $949.99.

Alternatively, if you are an iPad kind of person, and you prefer the portability of a brand new 11-inch iPad Pro, then there are also savings to had with that new line. The iPad comes with an 11-inch edge-to-edge Retina display with ProMotion, True Tone and P3 wide color. It ships with Apple’s A12Z Bionic Chip with accompanying Neural Engine and offers access to Apple’s FaceID system for enhanced security and authentication for things like Apple Pay. It also has iPadOS installed as default and will benefit from the latest iPadOS 13.4 updates when that starts shipping in the next 12-hours.

Obviously, with this iPad, you can also jump onto the App Store and get access to amazing content from things like Apple Arcade as well as Apple’s TV streaming service. Oh, and you can even grab the brand new Disney+ app and consume all of Disney’s content if that’s your entertainment of choice.

If you like to pick up the 12.9-inch model, that too is available at a discounted price.

If either of these deals appeal, then act now before the prices go back to their recommended levels.

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